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October books was formed in 1977 in Portswood High street, Southampton. It is a non fro profit co-operative radical neighborhood independent book shop. The shop itself is independent from any political organization, and looks to promote a...
NEW ENTRANCE RECEPTION
Myrtle Cottage sits within the defined Old Netley, just outside Southampton, which to date has contained small dwellings with little overall development. This is rapidly changing due to the housing development towards the North East of Cranbury gardens. Green Lane itself to is a cul-de-sac so its very nature is a quiet neighborhood.
Studio B.a.d where commissioned to undertake a feasibility study and planning application to take a radical review of the ground entrance and reception area.
The design strategy has been to create a very simple...
The Cottage in Sharcott is a beautiful 200 year old thatched cottage that its in the rolling Wilshire countryside. The owners commissioned Studio – B.a.d to carry out a feasibility study and planning application, to look at a new addition that would accommodate a new day space for the family to enjoy the amazing location. The proposal looks to introduce a simple brick retaining wall against the existing field. This then enables a simple multi use space, with a pre patented copper barrel vaulted roof and a fully glazed...
RE USE OF BACKLAND GARDEN SITE IN NEW FOREST
Hinton wood Admiral is a major artery that serves the north and south route toward the coastal area of High cliffe and further along toward Christchurch . The site itself is currently occupied by two single storey pitched roofed outbuildings, which are used by the residents.
Studio B.a.d where commissioned to undertake a detailed feasibility study to create two new dwellings in an existing back garden. The design strategy has been to create two invisible high quality semi detached flat roofed...
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Fall Hill Quarry is a former industrial Quarry situated to the South-East of Ashover in North-East Derbyshire. Its a remarkable irregular shaped area of former mineral working, extending in total to approx 1.9 Hectares. The site which is one part of a series of former quarries at Fallgate, has been worked historically for limestone, lead and fluorspar. It is essentially a large circular shaped, steep sided deep hole which is now part flooded. The waterlogged areas, which extend to about 0.25 hectare and in places,...
Skinny House, is a development opportunity on a brownfield corner plot that currently has a converted garage with an over grown patch of scrub land. The planning application proposal seeks to develop this left over and under used piece of land to provide a high quality two storey semi detached three bedroom house, in the heart of Southampton. The site sits on, Hill Lane which is a major artery that serves Southampton City Centre.
The design strategy has been to create a high quality semi detached terrace house on an...