This Victorian terrace house was remodelled, removing an old draughty existing single-storey rear extension, with a two-storey extension. The upper floor allowed for a new bedroom/study and utility room. The ground floor was opened up to integrate the living area with the garden so both spaces feel part of the other. The sliding folding doors open neatly beneath a covered cedar canopy so the house can be opened in all weather conditions. The kitchen wraps around the corner allowing for views of the garden while cooking. Sliding pocket doors divide the front 'snug' room from the rear kitchen diner to allow for options of intimacy or open plan. A new bathroom was added to the second floor.