The idea here was to double the size of the kitchen. With some careful planning we were able to leave the existing structure in place, meaning minimal disruption and the kitchen was still usable for the majority of the build.
The old galley kitchen with the end wall removed which was once the outhouse and is to become the new entrance.
Foundations being dug and poured. New floor slab being laid.
New timber frame structure to allow plenty of insulation to go in. The roof was then removed and once the new roof was built the old internal walls were removed whilst still keeping some of the old kitchen in place. The addition of a large roof window allows lots of natural light in.
The larger roof area allows for a covered external area by the new door. In extending the width of the building by just 1.7m it has more than doubled the internal floor area as the old external wall area also adds to floor area.
All that is left is the rendering to be done, it was too late in the year to be completed!