A small suburban plot is the setting for the works to this semi detached period house constructed in 1900. The house is Victorian with many of the existing features retained and restored. The new extension to the house is to the rear of the property partly visible from the road. The ne extension provides a new kitchen space on the ground floor and bedroom with associated bathrooms on the first floor. The vision for the project allowed for a complete open corner only possible with a large cantilever structure. This opens up the ground floor when bi fold doors are open allowing the continuous living space to flow outside. The roofs are connected via a valley gutter as the new roof is steep mono pitch roof. The brickwork is reclaimed and detailing is used above the doors with a play towards Dutch decorative brickwork detailing.