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A rear extension to a traditional 2 storey granite dwelling in Newburgh, where an existing lean-to conservatory and utility was removed and in its place a new kitchen, utility and shower room was constructed. 

 

The sloping roof form was derived from a requirement to retain an existing stained glass window at first floor level, and creates a simple dynamic profile to the roof – it is complemented by a projecting rooflight, which is tilted 45 degrees to face due south and acts as a light funnel gathering in direct sunlight over the new kitchen island. 

 

The green roof is finished in a sedum mat and the walls are clad in a kebony hardwood, and glazing is maximised to the east facing garden elevation.