A fresh and bright Hackney home extension

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A fresh and bright Hackney home extension

Johannes van Graan Johannes van Graan
Hackney Flat P1:  Kitchen by CCASA Architects, Modern
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London-based firm CCASA Architects bring us today’s homify 360° gem: a small side extension for a Hackney house in order to bring more garden views inside, as well as usher in stunning natural lighting.

Sounds straightforward enough, right? But you haven’t yet experienced the interior style of this new extension…

Fresh and colourful

Hackney Flat P1:  Living room by CCASA Architects, Modern Concrete
CCASA Architects

Hackney Flat P1

CCASA Architects

Now this is a picture-perfect setting with a… well, a picture-perfect view! The new extension has been styled up on the inside to become an open-plan living room and kitchen. And although both spaces are dominated by a neutral colour palette, you’d have to be colour blind not to notice the vibrant hues popping out from just about everywhere.

The kitchen

Hackney Flat P1:  Kitchen by CCASA Architects, Modern Plywood
CCASA Architects

Hackney Flat P1

CCASA Architects

What a charming setup! With an island announcing the start of the culinary space, the kitchen enjoys a very lit-up style, thanks to its neutral colour scheme, artificial lighting touches, and the fresh natural lighting flowing indoors via the roof light. 

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A clean look

Hackney Flat P1:  Kitchen by CCASA Architects, Modern Plywood
CCASA Architects

Hackney Flat P1

CCASA Architects

And speaking of the kitchen, notice how clean and serene it looks – even the cabinets enjoy a rather subtle style, seeing as there are no handles or knobs to speak of. The only bit of texture and pattern can be glimpsed via the soft backsplash.

Of course the cheery colours of the décor and appliances ensure that this is one kitchen that’s worlds removed from seeming dull or uninteresting.

Opening up

Rear Elevation:  Houses by CCASA Architects, Modern Bricks
CCASA Architects

Rear Elevation

CCASA Architects

Linking up the extension with the oh-so pretty garden outside is a charming terrace, big enough for an outdoor dining set, yet also small enough to enjoy a charming look. 

Undoubtedly the ideal touch to enhance this setting’s social ambience and enchanting style. 

Speaking of stunning style, check out A jaw-dropping bungalow conversion in Weybridge.

We love it, but can’t speak for everyone. Tell us what you think of this extension’s style...
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