Work has begun on GKA’s latest residential project, an extension to a 17th century Cotswold cottage. Located in a conservation area and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the key design feature of the extension is a set of sliding glass doors which disappear behind timber bookcases to open the entire room up to the garden. Combined with a cantilevered roof structure the effect is of a room that in the summer can be completely opened up, creating an unenclosed space that bleeds into the landscape, ideal for relaxing, entertaining and enjoying the sunshine.
GKA are very pleased to announce that our Cotswolds cottage extension project has received planning approval. The addition to the 17th century cottage will feature sliding glass doors that disappear behind bookcases to open the inside space out into the garden. The site falls within a conservation area and an AONB.
Work will begin on site later this year for an early 2017 completion date.
GKA’s latest residential project, an extension to a 17th century Cotswold cottage has been submitted to the Stroud District Council’s planning department. The extension is clad in charred timber and features sliding glass doors which disappear into the walls. Large ceramic floor tiles continue through into the garden providing seamless indoor/outdoor experience.
More detail on the project can be found here.
GKA’s latest residential project is an extension to a 17th century cottage in The Cotswolds. Located in a conservation area and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the design features a set of sliding glass doors which disappear behind timber bookcases to create a flawless indoor/outdoor space.
The project is currently at the planning stage and due for completion in summer 2016.