Victorian House Extension in Winchester
A contemporary house extension to a Victorian home in Winchester. A modern extension using traditional building methods to create an ingenious extension.
A Victorian Lodge House Contemporary House Extension.
This striking detached former Victorian gate house has, in former years, served one of Kings Worthy’s most substantial period Victorian manor home. Today it is a splendid family home but in need of additional living space to meet the demands of modern living. The client is hoping to extend this home with magnificent accommodation, cleverly extended using in keeping materials but used in an inventive and clever way. The extension will provide a space that will enjoy increased amount of space and natural light. The architectural design centres around a spacious kitchen/dining room which opens into a large sitting room with double height living space created with a vaulted ceilings creating a real feeling of space.
Traditional materials used in an inventive manner to create a Victorian contemporary house extension
The house extension architecture feasibility study looks to create an in keeping house extension to create a contemporary house extension. Matching brickwork combined with full height glazing a feature overhang and double height vaulted ceilings create a lovely addition to this historic Victorian building. A subtle drop in height creating a subservient extension to the existing Victorian house.
Contemporary house extension to meet the demands of modern living.
The Victorian contemporary house extension will create an important addition to this family home. It will provide an open plan living dining and kitchen area, with a separate utility room. A new office and a dedicated living room connected to the garden will create a functional and joyous place to live.
Stylise Interior Design.
As part of the refurbishment two new roof lights and a review of the existing roof to vault the ceiling and exposing some of the original brickwork internally will add simple touches that will support the new architecture.