This is a really well thought out loft conversion project. We love the simple folded steel shading device around the dormer windows and how the architect has used matching roof tiles to seamlessly integrate the new addition with the existing roof. The stand-out feature of this design, however, is that window that folds up and over to become a skylight, bringing both a view of the trees beyond and the sky above into the bedroom space.
On Canada's Vancouver Island you will find a beautiful example of storybook architecture created by the hands of two creative natural builders Timothy Lindberg and musician Daniel Huscroft. Together they work as Lindcroft, a mixture of their names, building homes that must be the dream of many, a woodland fairytale house by the water's edge. Follow the picture back to www.naturalhomes.org to see more of this wonderful natural home.
This basement extension added to this London home is a fabulous addition, especially if you can make the basement space feel like it's a ground floor space - allowing natural light to flow in is the best way to do this. Also note the low level garden with steps up to the ground floor garden area
Derek “Deek” Diedricksen has dedicated much of his life to creating eccentric dwellings, like this one. Now he’s getting some mainstream love. Here, he teamed up with HGTV’s “Tiny House Builders." Constructed in Lunenburg, Massachusetts, the “Glass House” has a facade made entirely of reclaimed windows, with its own distinctive style. Enchanting Glass House Built In Just Four Days | Tiny Homes