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The project at The Knoll, Bromley involved the reconfiguration of a detached family home to suit the needs of a growing young family.

With two growing young children and where the property required modernisation, JLArchitecture were approached to develop a new plan for the property that would be more conducive to the needs of the homeowners.  

The project involved the conversion of the garage into a playroom, demolishing an old utility room that was poorly constructed, repositioning of a WC and removing a wall between the dormer dining room and the kitchen and adding a rear extension to create a large open plan kitchen and dining space for the family to gather and to entertain.

The extension was designed with the mind to bring as much light into the internal space and to also connect the house with the house better with the outdoor space.  This involved adding bifolding doors to the extension and a new patio for outdoor furnishings.  The design of the extension took inspiration of the existing brickwork pattern on the front façade of the house and incorporated into the brick constructed rear extension that also includes a combination of a flat and pitched roof.

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