This project remodelled a 1970s building, adding a more suitable and attractive entrance by redesigning the hallway and main staircase. The staircase was in painted wood with hardwood handrails, and the entrance walls decorated in a new cornice and fibrous plasterwork.
The project added a new kitchen extension and carried out internal remodelling on a modern neo-Georgian house. The design continued the manner of the building in brick and tile, and introduced stone pilasters to the garden elevation. The interior design installed a traditional country kitchen, featuring a tall ceiling with exposed oak trusses.
The project developed two sites in separate villages for speculative housing development. Each property was built in the traditional style of North Yorkshire village architecture, constructed in brick and pantile with sash windows.
The existing part-medieval house was found in poor condition, and the project was directed towards removing modern additions and excrescences; to restoring original features of the existing building; and finally the construction of a new wing.
This project developed a pair of new houses in a conservation area of Castor, Cambridgeshire. The design continued the aesthetic fabric of the village and streetscape, and used local limestone, with stone and pantile roof tiles.
The existing house had a poor relationship with the garden, presenting an almost blank elevation, and the new extension was designed to better blend the house and garden with bay windows and verandas.
The house is designed to present a formal front to the road with a more picturesque edifice to the rear, including an Italian-style loggia off the master bedroom, overlooking the countryside beyond.
The work consisted chiefly of repairs and minor alterations to update the bathrooms, kitchens, and heating systems of the properties, as well as the installation of a new drainage system for the village.
Earlier modifications made to this property had left it leaking and with windows in poor condition. The new work carried out a technical upgrade to the first floor of the property, replaced the windows to a new gothic design, and applied new plastering to the roofing to prevent leaking.
The project installed a lift to an existing Georgian house in east London. The design was carried out in a vernacular style as a timber ‘tower’ reminiscent of agricultural and port buildings of the Georgian era, so that the new addition would blend in with the existing style and furnishings.