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Marks & Spencer Foodhall anchors Cradle Bride Retail Park in Trowbridge and forms part of an overall strategic masterplan to Trowbridge Town Centre. The siting of the building provides a direct connection to St Stephens Place on the opposite side of the River Biss and is this is further reinforced by the construction of a new footbridge linking the two sites together.
Ty Hedfan meaning ‘hovering house’, is an exploration of the practice’s interest in highly site specific and contextual architecture which takes its cue from the traditional Welsh long house form and the topographical constraints of the site.
Hope Farm is set in the Cheshire Green Belt, on the outskirts of the town of Northwich. The brief to Artform Architects was to convert a disused agricultural shed into 4 new residential dwellings by retaining the structural steel frame and keeping the existing form of the original shed.
The house already had been extended at the back and its loft had been converted, however, inside its layout was awkward and it lacked natural light. VORBILD Architecture embarked on a complete redesign of the floorplans and brightening up the space.
The project involved the extension of the lower ground floor of a Victorian terraced house on Farleigh Road. The clients wanted to expand the lower ground floor level to create a more sociable space centred around the kitchen (one of them used to be a chef so much of life centres around cooking and entertaining).