Small rear extension completed just in time for Christmas that creates a great open plan living space with visual and physical connection to the garden. Looking forward to seeing it in the summer.
Investment in the preparation of detailed computer-generated images helps to sell the proposal to clients and planners, making the design and approval process generally a lot easier.
Proposal for a new one-off house on tight sloping backland site in Oxted, Surrey. The scheme was developed to work around and protect a number of large listed trees, with inward-looking courtyard to minimise overlooking. The flat green roof design reduces mass and impact on neighbours.
Planning permission has been granted for a modern development of 3 Town House and 3 Flats on a tight backland site in Mitcham. Considerate design was required to ensure minimum overlooking and impact on neighbours and to create a level of amenity for the owners and occupiers, including rooftop gardens and carefully planned [...]
Existing Proposed We have submitted a planning application for a large rear and side extension plus major internal alterations to a detached property in Nutfield, Surrey. The works involve pushing the back of the house out to create a large kitchen, lounge, dining space with further extensions over [...]
We are just about to start work on-site on a whole house refurbishment, including minimal modern rear extension. The house is being reimagined, with render and new windows to all elevations, the extension will be clad in a composite acrylic/mineral cladding system which will give us the sleek feel [...]
Following a long planning process with Croydon and a late night at committee the proposal for a new two bedroom house in Coulsdon was passed unanimously. The scheme is on a tight, compact, sloping site and was designed to work with the gradient and minimise impact on the street scene and neighbours. The massing [...]
Planning permission has just been granted for a new 4 bedroom detached house on a backland site in South Croydon. Using slate roof with grey composite vertical timber cladding above white render the house maintains traditional proportions with a modern twist.
Planning permission has been granted for a small development of 10 two-bed starter homes in the centre of Liphook village, Hampshire. The scheme was designed in conjunction with the Local Authority design team and was developed using materials and details informed by the local vernacular architecture.
We are pleased and excited to announce that after a long planning process permission was granted for a new 4 bedroom house on a sloping backland site in Croydon. The scheme takes advantage of and works with the slope to provide a unique layout and new home, with materials that will help the elevations blend [...]