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The rear of the extension was wrapped in wood.
Different textural materials were used throughout the extension.
Large square windows frame views out to the garden.
The extension houses living areas including a mezzanine studio.
Ground Floor Plan
Gillian Lambert and Geoff Shearcroft of architecture firm AOC used a palette of tactile materials and clashing colours to add personality to this extension that wraps around the side and rear of their Victorian house in north London.
Open Plan Kitchen
The home's material usage and now practical, playful and contemporary design is what led it to be selected as this year's winner by the jury.
The front extension contains a kitchen.
Colonial Style Homes
London studio Archmongers' "practical and playful" refurbishment of a home on Dulwich Estate was named the winner of the 2022 Don't Move, Improve! competition.
Oak Table And Chairs
Timmins + Whyte designed the extension's interiors to feel "considered and crafted".
Two Storey House
An elegant green Acapulco chair sits in the courtyard.
Timmins + Whyte has added an extension to a house in Melbourne.
Ribbed wooden cabinetry and peach-hued corner seating feature in this Melbourne home, which Australian studio Timmins + Whyte renovated with an extension that has a chunky folded roof.
Another opening in the joinery provides room for small appliances.
The cabinet transitions into low-lying cupboards in the kitchen.
A darkened oak cabinet sits under Aperture House's pitched roof.
Umber-coloured oak joinery divides the interior of this end-of-terrace home in London's Willesden Green, which has been extended and refurbished by local architecture firm Studio McW.
Interior Design Videos
At the back of a narrow Edwardian bungalow in Melbourne, the studio of Australian architect Luke Fry has added a contemporary extension with greyscale interiors.
Grey tones permeate the bedroom.
Durable materials like oak and stone can be seen throughout the interior.
Luke Fry's Ripponlea extension features an open living and dining area.
Interior And Exterior
Japanese Tea House
House Extension Design
Shelving lines the rear wall.
A picture window with a seat frames the garden.
Mid Century Armchair
The joinery married black MDF with birch plywood.
The extension contains an open-plan living space.
Steps In Planning
It is clad in black zinc.