Our 2023 assessment continues with a roundup of the highest residential extensions featured on Dezeen this 12 months, together with a picket construction slotted behind a cottage and a blush-pink addition to a Nineteen Thirties house.
The transformation of a bungalow inbuilt world conflict two and an industrial London residence additionally function on the listing of house extensions, that are among the many hottest to be revealed by Dezeen this 12 months.
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The Pines, UK, by Ström Architects
Honest-faced concrete and lime-washed brick characterise the outside of this sprawling extension, added to a traditional-style household house in Surrey by British studio Ström Architects.
Organised round an out of doors swimming pool, the single-storey extension incorporates a health club and sauna, in addition to a kitchen, eating house and residential workplace.
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Home 1616, Spain, by H Arquitectes
Native studio H Arquitectes added two flooring above a compact Nineteenth-century dwelling in Barcelona, uniting outdated and new by way of the usage of purple brick.
Home 1616 has a street-facing facade punctuated by giant rectangular home windows, whereas its rear elevation is damaged up by balconies and terraces that intention to attach the interiors to the skin.
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Camberwell Home, UK, by Pashenko Works
London studio Pashenko Works opted for an industrial palette of corrugated metal and uncovered breezeblocks for this extension to a Victorian terrace.
The construction launched areas to the highest and again of the property, greater than doubling its unique ground space whereas serving to to create shiny and ethereal interiors.
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Fohlenweg, Germany, by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects
A thick limestone band separates the outdated and new parts of this monolithic house in Berlin, renovated and prolonged by London studio O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects.
The previous bungalow was initially constructed throughout world conflict two to deal with military personnel and now incorporates a spacious house thanks to 2 further storeys.
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Steele’s Street Home, UK, by Neiheiser Argyros
A glass conservatory was eliminated and a portion of the backyard was excavated to make manner for this up to date basement extension, added to a Victorian-era terrace in London by native studio Neiheiser Argyros.
Clad in stained accoya wooden, the construction opens out onto a deep courtyard and is topped by a floor floor-level roof terrace.
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Backyard Tower Home, Australia, by Studio Vibrant
A standard employee’s cottage in Melbourne has been prolonged by native observe Studio Vibrant with a two-volume extension clad in geometric tiles.
The 2 constructions share a dusty pink hue and include dwelling, eating, kitchen and bed room areas. The unique constructing’s facade and verandah had been restored whereas a research house was launched to its inside.
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Pink Home, Eire, by Courtney McDonnell Studio
A Nineteen Thirties house on the outskirts of Dublin was up to date with a blush-pink extension by Irish observe Courtney McDonnell Studio that references the work of Mexican architect Luis Barragán.
These strolling by way of the home are transported from the present house into the extension through a tunnel-like timber-clad hall. The pink construction homes an open-plan dwelling house that opens out to the backyard through giant glazed sliding doorways.
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Shadow Home, Australia, by Grotto Studio
This cottage in Perth, which dates again to the early twentieth century, has been expanded with a jarrah timber-clad quantity by Australian studio Grotto Studio.
A lined carport on one facet of the present house creates the entryway to the brand new quantity, which runs alongside the again of the plot and incorporates a visitor suite and dwelling house.
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Maison Jericho, France, by Olivia Fauvelle Structure
French studio Olivia Fauvelle Structure linked an outbuilding to a 1900s stone-built home in Marseille utilizing a up to date construction clad in inexperienced tiles.
Maison Jericho’s extension homes a bed room and dwelling house, positioned beside a courtyard containing an out of doors swimming pool.
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Monroe Avenue Home, USA, by TBo
New York studio TBo created “mild oppositions” between a 124-year-old Brooklyn townhouse and the three-storey extension that it added to the rear.
The added house homes an annexe condo for the grandparents of the household. Giant home windows let pure mild into its lengthy and slim inside.
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