When we launched our architectural practice back in 2007 our first project was a small converted chapel that had one mezzanine bedroom, a tiny kitchen, a study and a bathroom. We created a glass link between the old chapel and the new building which contained the staircase. The new building provided a second bedroom and ensuite and a new bathroom. Downstairs in the extension was a utility room and kitchen dining room with doors out into the garden enjoying the farmland views. The integrity of the original building was kept and the new build was sympathetic to the main building.
We have been involved with the gradual development of this care and education facility for 10 years now and Nick popped over to see the new Multi Use Games Area which we helped with recently . I am sure it will be put to good use. Whilst there he met the latest addition to the faculty... Alpacas!
Lovely home situated in South Shropshire's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty gets a sympathetic extension. Note the new matching stone and roof materials. Looking forward to visiting when it's all finished.
Nick highlighted his career to date and showcased a number of house refurbishments and extensions demonstrating the transformation from the old to the new with some contemporary and some traditional designs. Being a member at Severn Business Network for many years has been very beneficial bringing in lots of new clients, including a care and educational facility who we have now been working with for 10 years. We have just obtained planning permission for them for a loft conversion and large dining room extension having previously designed a sports hall and additional classrooms.
This drab, dark and dated bungalow has been totally refurbished, garden room and detach garage added and the loft converted.