Sunken Bath Project named London’s best new house extension in Don’t Move, Improve! 2017

A garden room containing a sunken Japanese-style bath has won top prize in a competition to find London’s best new house extensions. Designed by local office Studio 304 to extend a ground-floor flat in Clapton, east London, the Sunken Bath Project was named winner of 2017’s Don’t Move, Improve! awards this evening. The small extension was praised by the jury for its compelling design,

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Call for entries to NLA’s Don’t Move, Improve! awards 2017

Dezeen promotion: New London Architecture is now accepting entries for Don’t Move, Improve! 2017, a competition to find the best house extensions in London. Now in its seventh year, the contest was launched by New London Architecture (NLA) – an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture and construction in the capital. The aim of Don’t Move, Improve! is to More

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London’s best new house extensions revealed in Don’t Move, Improve! 2016 awards

Dezeen promotion: a south London residence updated with new living spaces, custom-built furniture and a two-storey lightwell has been named winner in a competition to find London’s best house extensions (+ slideshow). Designed by Tsuruta Architects to reveal “memories of place and construction”, House of Trace is a two-storey addition to a Victorian property in south More

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