Kloeber worked with Harvey Norman Architects on this extension in Hertfordshire. The clients had lived in a large 1930s arts and crafts house for a while. The main pain point was a small kitchen not suited for 21st century living — it was set to the side of the dining room as is typical of houses of this period. There had also been a small post war utility room that created a fractured layout that was difficult to use and disconnected from the rear garden.
The design concept and goals were to maximise natural light, create a terrace for the house and visually connect the house with the garden, all achievable with Kloeber's Kustomfold Oak bifold doors.