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New Hey Road

Cheadle Village, Stockport

The proposal involves keeping the existing outrigger which is now opened up to the garden and new extension. 

White painted brickwork and render provide a neutral palette which is a muted background to the strong terracotta detailing of the metalwork. This in turn accentuates the rich redness of the original Accrington brick.

Internally, the design creates an intimate, light-filled kitchen dining space that overlooks a west facing garden. New rooflights and picture windows focus on the dining area. A timber-lined wall continues the rhythm and materials of the kitchen, with louvred fins providing privacy and shade.

The proposed kitchen design is a simple L-shape with an island overlooking the dining area and garden. Full-height storage incorporates a flush detailed door that cleverly conceals access to an under-stair utility space. The soft timber finish and the clean lines of the joinery combine to create an atmosphere of calm and natural warmth.

The result is an extension which harmonises with the Edwardian house and is both practical and elegant.

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