The reform creates kitchen with dining area and connection with garden

The renovation of this typical 1950s Victorian house in England had to overcome certain challenges such as its lower right foot and the low quality used in construction. The client asked the architects to enlarge the house by creating a kitchen with a dining area that had a living connection with the garden. They also asked for a large, bright space with good quality materials. As such, the Nimtim , inspired by Japanese architecture, has created an extension using wood and glass, resulting in an incredible kitchen, perfect for receiving friends and family!

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