The idea of adding a new kitchen to the cottage started with the architect exploring ways in which he could replicate the original brickwork and style of the existing structure. But in an attempt to find that ‘perfect’ extension that leads to minimal structural changes to the timeless cottage the idea of a glass box kitchen came to the fore.
Concrete is the main component of the lower level of the structure that sits on load-bearing stone walls while the top floor is comprised of a precast wood construction and contains the bedrooms and other private spaces. It is the ground floor that holds the living areas kitchen and dining space which offer panoramic views of the countryside.
The Vista is considerably different from many other tiny homes that we have come across in recent times. For starters you do not have to deal with a ladder and a loft-style bed unit every morning! The idea of placing the bed on the same level as the living space is great indeed and those who want additional space can still opt for which offers additional vertical space.
The stylish addition at ushers in lovely textural contrast and contemporary charm even as its dark exterior seems to complement the red brick façade and the black roof to perfection! At its heart this is a beautiful blend of styles and eras.
To call this all-glass kitchen designed by of Kitchen Architecture an ‘out-of-the-box’ solution seems apt even if the answer to the architectural conundrum at hand is a gorgeous glass box. Conjured up and brought to life as a classy extension to an in Cheshire Knutsford this brilliant kitchen looks surprisingly comfortable in an otherwise traditional setting.