This rear extension hasn't just added space, it has completely transformed the character and the way in which the house relates to the garden. The interior is now light and spacious with interesting views.
Previous extension and alterations to this property were so poor we recommended replacing them with something higher quality. From the positive feedback we've received it would appear that many people appreciate the value of good design, even though it is hard to measure until it is time to sell!
Two storey rear extension and alterations to house in Windlesham, providing a new master bedroom with en-suite over a kitchen/family room opening onto a paved courtyard.
An example of how we can transform a typical small property to add space and value, on a relatively low budget. For an outlay similar to that of a good conservatory, we designed and administered the building of a more habitable 'garden room', which is light, versatile and individual, and which has added more to the function and value of the property.
Conversion, North Devon
A complete conversion of an old Chapel and Schoolhouse in N. Devon.
Light elevated living spaces, sea views, birdsong, church bells, natural materials, flowing curves, exposed trusses, structural glazing, fully insulated and equipped ready for modern living, with meticulous attention to detail.
New build, Ireland
Work began last year on site in Ireland on this 'upside down' house shaped like a banana, such that the living rooms (with garaging and bedrooms set into the bank underneath) lead out onto a curved terrace with spectacular river views. Linking a curved gallery is a top lit spiral stair, and the high level of specification includes slate roofing, stone external walls, triple glazing, high levels of insulation, concrete floors with underfloor heating etc. We were able to let our hair down on this project to create something special, and look forward to seeing the finished article in the flesh.
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