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Complete reworking of a 1950s bungalow located in the rolling hills of the Kent countryside (AONB, green belt).
Property will be brought back to the shell, retaining the quirky features of the original building (ref: winged extrusion to side elevation), additional floor added in roof space, full width extension to rear, completely reconfigured internally including bespoke kitchen, completely new interiors throughout, with new entrance hall and bespoke glazing.
Project currently on site, expected completion Jan 2019.
A new five bedroomed courtyard estate house with cottage and steading annexe that commands majestic views south over unspoilt countryside. This new split level house integrates the old farm out-buildings with expansive new living area and upstairs bedroom suites and balconies. The design recalls the original imposing hillside home which it replaces.
A rear extension and internal remodeling of a dilapidated Victorian terrace house bringing an abundance of natural light deep into the heart of the home.
*Shortlisted New London Architecture Don't Move Improve! 2013
Before we started, the house was in a poor state, the interior was poorly laid out and the rear garden was tiny. We were asked to open the house up, restore the period detail, modernise and do something about the tiny garden. The brief was to transform the house into an open, modern family home, where the spaces flowed into each other on the ground floor and for the garden to function as another useable room.