Wednesday 3rd January, 2018
When leading architecture practice, Studio Carver, came up with a brilliant idea for an extension to a London house, they commissioned EmanuelHendry to create the timber work.
Studio Carver designed an extension that was made of timber and glass and inspired by the style of wooden conservatories that are found in the American Midwest. It created a wonderfully light and airy dining area for the house, and the white oiled oak that we used perfectly complemented the existing brickwork.
EmanuelHendry worked closely with the architects in order to get the very best result from the materials. The frame was designed and erected off site and then transported to the property and re-assembled, which helped to reduce construction time and costs.
Now this unique extension has been featured in a top architecture and design website, Dezeen. You can see their full article by following the link below: