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Sitting on the banks of the Falmouth estuary, the site faces west with views south towards the sea. Immediately below the site lies the Grade II listed house ‘Creek Vean’ designed by Norman Foster and Richard Rogers, then practicing as ‘Team 4’ that was built in 1966 and is perhaps the finest house built in the 1960s in England. The presence of such an important modernist house immediately below the site sets a very high standard indeed.
DC Thomson Courier Building - Headquarter offices at Meadowside Dundee - Full refurbishment with major alterations to the internal building fabric along with integration of additional Vista Level 10 floor plate, removal of existing Level 5 slate roof with reinstatement of new incorporating ribbon band glazing to perimeter of building parapet and new mezzanine level incorporating full length atrium glazing.
Conjuring traditional notions of the ‘hearth’ as the focal point of a home, the playful chimney duo within this contemporary extension to an end-of-terrace family house became conceptually and physically integral to the design.
Responding to the client’s brief for a bright living area encompassing a series of intimate family spaces, the design sought to simultaneously facilitate plentiful entertaining all year round, both indoors and out. Two main concepts accentuated the strong relationship between the extension and garden; the rear glazing is composed of sliding panels with minimal frames offering seamless...