An Edwardian terraced home in Glasgow has been transformed into a century-spanning fusion of the original Arts and Crafts house, a Mid-century modern living space, and a 21st-century frameless glass pavilion extension with Kyoto-inspired external terrace.

The brief was to create an open plan kitchen, dining and living area and form a connection between the new space and the existing lounge.

  • The total cost of the project was £90,000
  • Structural glazing was supplied by Gray and Dick
Edwardian home before extension

The new frameless glass pavilion extension looks striking when viewed from the garden of Drew and Carol’s Arts and Crafts house. The couple wanted to get closer to outside living, and a zinc-detailed canopy on the extension achieves this, whatever the weather.

Glass glazed pavilion extension interior living

The new ‘relaxation area’ blends the indoors with outside, flooding the living space with light. Kitchen, Kitchens International. Worktops, Silestone. Oak flooring, Kährs. For a similar leather sofa, try Habitat; for bar stools, try Heal’s.

Glass glazed pavilion extension interior dining

Architect Ewan Cameron has seamlessly connected the existing living room (out of shot), dining and living space, and modern glass extension, marrying the styles through the centuries. Orange pendant lights, Jieldé. Find similar Wishbone dining chairs at Cult Furniture, and a similar sideboard at Swoon Editions

Edwardian home before and after rear extension

An open plan kitchen, dining and living area has been created by extending to the rear. The main back wall opening consists of three steel beams that support the rear elevation and frameless glazing of the new garden pavilion

Photographer: David Barbour