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  • sophie Dl

    love the old brick #architecture

  • Diane MacLean

    Wormit House in Fife, by William Tunnell Architecture. Great contrast between the stone and the glass; I love how this extension just punches out from the building.

  • Madeleine Wu

    stones, big windows, modern #design. Great #architecture!

  • Pierrexpert

    The plan to build a balcony on the back of a traditional Victorian semi overlooking the Firth of Tay in Fife ended up as a £125,000, contemporary reinvention of the entire natural stone house, complete with a floating glass bay window.

  • Ahmed Hani

    Stone with modern. Victorian house in Wormit, overlooking the Firth of Tay in Fife by WT Architecture

  • Susan Knight

    The Great Glass Elevation It began with a modest plan to build a small balcony – and ended in a spectacular glass extension.

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