103 Park Road

Sam Tisdall Architects, Chiswick, London, 2011

 

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Rear extension clad with over 120 fibre reinforced concrete panels 

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  • Rear extension clad with over 120 fibre reinforced concrete panels    
  • Glass box at first floor level    
  • Extension and glass box    
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  • View over green roof to the trees beyond    
  • View of the extended living room, with pine parquet floor and triple sliding doors opening to the garden    
  • Kitchen    
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  • Site plan    
  • Ground and first floor plans    
  • Section A-A, B-B, front and rear elevations    
  • Sections C-C, D-D and E-E    
  • Cladding and parapet details    

Modern two-storey extension and reorganisation of a 1920s house, adding a kitchen and living space on the ground floor, and master bedroom, bathroom and terrace on the first

A rear and side addition is clad with over 120 glass reinforced concrete panels that were used in a vertical pattern becoming lighter towards the sky, and arranged to fit with bespoke European oak windows and full-height sliding doors.

Internally, the kitchen and extended living room form a spacious ‘S’ shaped living space, with large triple sliding doors opening to a decked area with a concrete BBQ alongside.

On the first floor, a frameless glass box sitting on a green roof links the existing building with the master bedroom suit in the addition.

Environmental improvements include a highly insulated envelope, solar water heating, photovoltaic panels and a heat recovery system, which extracts hot air from the glass box that acts as a solar collector.

At the bottom of the garden is a shed faced with polished stainless steel to reflect the greenery that is built from roof joists, partition studs and old roof boards, which would otherwise have been thrown away.

Data

  • Begun: May 2010
  • Completed: Feb 2011
  • Floor area: 200m2
  • Sector: House
  • Total cost: £415,000
  • Procurement: JCT MW 2011
  • CO2 Emissions: 15.9kg/m2/year
  • Address: 103 Park Road, Chiswick, London, W4 3ER, United Kingdom

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