Elgood Avenue featured in Real Homes
A Sieger Legacy Extension
The Elgood Avenue project was featured in Real Homes magazine (November issue) as their Real Home no 2. Amit and Sara of Aflux Designs created this two-storey extension to create a new space for a professional couple and their two young girls. The existing property had a PVC conservatory at the rear which was becoming very outdated, therefore Amit and Sara demolished this and brought the property further out into the garden, connected by elegant steel-look casement doors.
The new extension and refurbishment gave each of the children their own bedrooms with their own independent bathroom, to the ground floor they wanted a more open-plan layout for a new living, dining and kitchen area. the kitchen now flows in an ‘L-shape’ to connect all these living spaces together with the outdoors.
“The couple wanted industrial style mixed in with classic and shaker influences, and that’s why glazing is a big feature. The first part of the garden was tiled, and we needed to make big openings for barbeques and entertaining”.
The feature within Real Homes offered advice from the architects Aflux Design regarding planning permission, specifically the permitted development route. “If you’re going down the permitted development route (PD), your extension will need to follow the rules”. They go on to explain the rules regarding the aesthetics of the external façade, maximum sizes and even the roof pitch.
To find out more about how Amit and Sara transformed this property with a double-storey extension and steel look glazing, pick up the latest copy of Real Home magazine.
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