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Grafting a black box made of high quality fibrecement onto the back of this 1930s brick townhouse has addressed many of the problems with the old home, while preserving the authenticity of the existing architecture. On the ground floor, the addition

Grafting a black box made of high quality fibrecement onto the back of this 1930s brick townhouse has addressed many of the problems with the old home, while preserving the authenticity of the existing architecture. On the ground floor, the addition gives much needed space and light to the kitchen and, at the same time, improves connections to the garden.

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While a bathroom may no longer be regarded as 'the smallest room' in a home, the extra space now allocated to it doesn't necessarily make the design process any simpler. That's because we want so much more in a bathroom these days, as well as retaining+ the sense of space needed for it to be a relaxation zone. So how do you fit everything in to your new bathroom?