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The Lodge

Our clients loved the character of their 1880s grade II listed Jesmond bungalow, but previous extensions had been constructed that were unsympathetic to the historic fabric. The residents wanted to demolish the unattractive additions but still required the living space.

NNA received a planning approval for proposals for a modern extension to create additional living space in the rear garden, connected by a glass link. The main dwelling and link building contains the bedrooms and bathrooms.

The extension has been designed with a sculptural monolithic form, clad in clay tiles colour matched to the tone of the existing roof. The sculptural form stands in contrast to the main bungalow and has been distinguished from the main building with the minimalist glass link. The form is vaulted internally, opening to a bespoke rooflight window which harnesses the soft north light. Sliding doors open to the private garden and a sculptural chimney houses the flue from a wood burning stove.

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