To give a typical 60s home an entirely new character, both inside and out. A spacious kitchen with loads of light and a large fireplace. The style? Robust luxury!
Executed by Kabaz
A generous space that currently forms the heart of the house has been created by expanding to the rear and side.
On the exterior, the facades were plastered and finished in a grey sand colour, with a plinth of cut natural stone with a bronzed copper frame. The same frame also surrounds the new, spacious 'aquarium window' at the front. The plinth’s natural, cut stone returns in the high outer wall, which gives the impression that the extension on the side has been pushed out of the house like a modern element and could retract at any moment.
Inside, each room has been given its own character without losing the connection with the exterior of the house.