Design Tuesday: 6 Kick Ass Additions

Design Tuesday: 6 Kick Ass Additions

Bold transformations that take the usual and make it impressively unusual.

Haffenden house exterior facade nighttime.

On a quiet street in Syracuse, New York, a garage was replaced with a striking three-story space for reading, writing, and contemplation. Its façade is wrapped in 3-millimeter-thick silicon impregnated fiberglass fabric. This produces its unique, translucent glow while also ensuring that light is transmitted to the interior and the owners’ privacy is protected.
Photo by Nathan Rader

Dublin Victorian Extension from the rear

Prism-like plywood and glass panels replaced a musty conservatory at this Victorian home in Dublin.
Photo by Alice Clancy

Twisted Farmhouse designed by Tom Givone in Falls, Pennsylvania

Self-taught designer Tom Givone updated this 1850s farmhouse in Pennsylvania with an unexpected torqued-volume addition.
Photo by Christopher Testani

Vegetarian Cottage glass wall extension.

A wraparound glass wall connects the first-level of this London extension to the garden, and creates the appearance that the second-level floats on thin air.
Photo by Jack Hobhouse

Modern backyard pool patio BBQ area

Though the front of this 1880s bungalow in Adelaide, Australia, maintains a traditional facade due to strict heritage laws, the rear is modern eye candy at its best.
Photo by James Knowler | Courtesy of James Knowler Photography
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