Award Winning Contemporary Garden Room Extension to Freshford Cottage

A contemporary garden room extension in the Green Belt & AONB provides improved connections with the beautiful south facing garden, use of large glazed areas and roof windows allow natural daylight to penetrate deep into the existing ground floor. Traditional materials used in contemporary details create an award winning space which has transformed the cottage.

Award Winning Contemporary Garden Room Extension to Freshford Cottage

A contemporary garden room extension in the Green Belt & AONB provides improved connections with the beautiful south facing garden, use of large glazed areas and roof windows allow natural daylight to penetrate deep into the existing ground floor. Traditional materials used in contemporary details create an award winning space which has transformed the cottage.

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A rural cottage in the Green Belt and Cotswold AONB with a small kitchen dining area and poor garden access has been transformed to provide a new light, warm and spacious kitchen/breakfast room openable to a large dining terrace and giving greatly enhanced garden views and access.

High quality Scandinavian composite timber and aluminium windows, greatly improved insulation and use of passive solar gain increase energy efficiency in this traditionally constructed cottage. A flat rooflight keeps a low profile in the lead covered roof. Natural materials such as oak boarding, and lead are used in this contemporary design to create a more flexible family home which is a delight to live in.

This project was featured in Homify magazine.  You can read the article here

The extension was Highly Commended in the B&NES Design Quality Awards 2011

Award Winning Contemporary Garden Room Extension to Freshford Cottage

A rural cottage in the Green Belt and Cotswold AONB with a small kitchen dining area and poor garden access has been transformed to provide a new light, warm and spacious kitchen/breakfast room openable to a large dining terrace and giving greatly enhanced garden views and access.

High quality Scandinavian composite timber and aluminium windows, greatly improved insulation and use of passive solar gain increase energy efficiency in this traditionally constructed cottage. A flat rooflight keeps a low profile in the lead covered roof. Natural materials such as oak boarding, and lead are used in this contemporary design to create a more flexible family home which is a delight to live in.

This project was featured in Homify magazine.  You can read the article here

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