A Scandinavian inspired residence extension was offered to this loved ones property in Scotland


Solen Vinklar, a contemporary house extension, designed by David Blaikie Architects
Photography by Paul Zanre

David Blaikie Architects have made an extension on a home in Edinburgh, Scotland, for a loved ones that has a strong affinity with Scandinavia.

Solen Vinklar, a contemporary house extension, designed by David Blaikie Architects
Photography by Paul Zanre

The original property, a 731 square foot semi-detached single storey property, was a bit too small for them, but the backyard was 164 feet deep.

Solen Vinklar, a contemporary house extension, designed by David Blaikie Architects
Photography by Paul Zanre

This gave them loads of space to build an extension onto the unique residence, and enhance their residing and sleeping regions.

Solen Vinklar, a contemporary house extension, designed by David Blaikie Architects
Photography by Paul Zanre

The layout of the extension was designed to catch the sunlight during the day, and reflect the last of the evening sun down into the residing room off the sloping ceiling plane.

Solen Vinklar, a contemporary house extension, designed by David Blaikie Architects
Photography by Paul Zanre

Inside, a new kitchen and consuming nook was added.

Solen Vinklar, a contemporary house extension, designed by David Blaikie Architects
Photography by Paul Zanre

As effectively as a first floor bedroom suite.

Solen Vinklar, a contemporary house extension, designed by David Blaikie Architects
Photography by Paul Zanre

The new extension and growth of the attic space much more than doubles the floor location of the residence.

Solen Vinklar, a contemporary house extension, designed by David Blaikie Architects
Photography by Paul Zanre

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