K-Pod

Briffa Phillips, Brinner, 2007

 

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The extension is clad in distinct bronze and translucent panels 

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  • The extension is clad in distinct bronze and translucent panels    
  • The extension is clad in distinct bronze and translucent panels    
  • The extension is clad in distinct bronze and translucent panels    
  • The Architect describes the design as     
  • The Architect describes the design as     
  • The Architect describes the design as     
  • The green roof    
  • View from the house    
  • The extension floor level is raised from the floor level of the house    
  • The extension floor level is raised from the floor level of the house    
  •   The primary use of the extension is as a kitchen and dining space    
  •   The primary use of the extension is as a kitchen and dining space    
  •   The primary use of the extension is as a kitchen and dining space    
  • The house from the the front    
  • Sketch floor plan    
  • Sketch section    
  • Floor plan analysis    

Unconventional extension to a mock-Tudor house in Middlesex

The timber-framed pod clad in bronze and translucent resin panels is connected to the house by a glazed passageway.

The pod contains the kitchen, though the existing kitchen was the one element of the original house the owner was happy with.

Data

  • Completed: 2007
  • Sector: House
  • Total cost: £100,000
  • Address: K-Pod, Brinner, HA5, United Kingdom

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