Tsuruta Architects has topped a conservatory extension in London with a faceted timber and glass roof that casts zigzag shadows over a wood-lined dining space.
Called Wooden Roof, the extension to a Grade II-listed house is clad in planks of charred wood.
Traditionally, glass conservatories are built pitched roofs to give views of the sky while also creating an efficient system for water run-off.
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