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How to extend your Victorian terraced house

Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781859469026
AuthorGreen, Jaqueline
Pub Date01/10/2020
BindingHardback
Pages304
£45.00
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Availability: 1058 In Stock
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Packed with detailed plans and ideas for a range of house types and sizes, along with photos and 3D sketches, this book provides you with all the design inspiration and advice needed to embark on a Victorian terrace renovation. Case studies of various Victorian terrace house types reveal, floor by floor, a range of options for extending and/or rearranging the space, alongside practical guidance on 'rules of thumb' for design and information on permitted development rights. Colour-coded before-and-after plans show at a glance which walls have been removed or changed in each option, and all plans have been drawn to scale so that they may be measured from and used when planning your own home renovation project.

Packed with detailed plans and ideas for a range of house types and sizes, along with photos and 3D sketches, this book provides you with all the design inspiration and advice needed to embark on a Victorian terrace renovation. Case studies of various Victorian terrace house types reveal, floor by floor, a range of options for extending and/or rearranging the space, alongside practical guidance on 'rules of thumb' for design and information on permitted development rights. Colour-coded before-and-after plans show at a glance which walls have been removed or changed in each option, and all plans have been drawn to scale so that they may be measured from and used when planning your own home renovation project.

Glossary and key

Introduction

Design Considerations

Rules of Thumb

Permitted Development

Case Study 1 – A‘half house’

Case Study 2 – A two-storey house with perpendicular stairs

Case Study 3 – A ‘two up, two down’ terraced house

Case Study 4 – A two storey family home

Case Study 5 – A three storey family home

Case Study 6 – A split level three-storey house with basement

Case study 7 –A large split level three-storey semi-detached house with basement

Conclusion

Jacqueline Green is a London-based architect with over twenty years’ experience of residential projects. She is a Director of her own practice, Green & Teggin Architects.

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