Day Bukh Architects have made an extension to a semi-detached home in Sydney, Australia.
The back extension with wood slats cantilevers from the house and provides shade for the small patio below.
Heading inside, the living area, kitchen and dining area share the exact same space, together with the light wood kitchen operating alongside one wall. A wall of wine close to the dining table and chairs doubles as a piece of artwork, while black beams divide the most white ceiling and fit the stairs in the end of the room.
Stepping into part of their original home, you arrive at the library before heading up to the brand new upper floor of the house.
Upstairs, two new bedrooms were added to the home. This mostly white bedroom has wood window frames plus an integrated window seat with storage and an upholstered cushion. A small window box adds a bit of nature to the room.
The second bedroom has been set up as a nursery and clerestory windows allow natural light to fill the living space without it being overly bright.
There’s also a bathroom that sits between both bedrooms, and has a skylight that sits above the freestanding bathtub.