Contemporary Alterations to Glasgow Home
Our clients approached us to construct a new extension to their period Glasgow home. Their property had a lot of small rooms and service areas to the rear meaning there was no visual or physical connection with their garden.
Through reconfiguring the internal spaces, we moved the kitchen to the rear and relocated sanitary, cloakroom and storage areas to the centre of the floor plan.
The new kitchen/ dining space has a spectacular corner window which slides open, leaving the corner free of visible support. Colour change LED lighting was specified by the client to create a fun element to this family entertaining space.
New feature timber bench seating was installed within the depth of the old stone walls and a new kitchen installed.
Additionally a new corridor was opened up from the front door to this new rear space, providing clarity to the circulation and affording views of sky, the garden and allotments beyond upon entering the building.
A new basement room was converted into a home cinema and guest room with new garden access from the lower ground floor level as part of these works.
Structural work was designed by Booth King Partnership.
Completed on site in 2020.