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Situated in the small hamlet of Fallahogey in Co.Londonderry is a dwelling designed to integrate into its surroundings, deal intelligently with the climate whilst satisfying the client’s request of a home which truly reflected their desires, aspirations and lifestyle. The new residence cultivates the site by allowing the existing conditions to influence its form and construction, whilst enabling us to create thoroughly modern architecture that adopts the spirit of the vernacular without resorting to mimicking its forms and construction.
A complete reconfiguration and extension of a Mews House in Hackney, for a young, growing family.
By adding a side extension, new staircase, and connecting the kitchen to the living area — we added an extra bedroom and 2 bathrooms to the existing house — all within very tight site constraints.
New Build home in New Zealand - a bach (pronounced batch) is a modest holiday home or beach house in New Zealand. Baches are an iconic part of the country's history and culture, where they symbolised the beach holiday lifestyle that was becoming more accessible.
Our design proposes a typical house form which is split and offset forming two wings - one used for sleeping and the other for living. The spaces offer different experiential qualities with the lower levels looking into the low level bush, the rear of...
The property was originally end-of-terrace with an angled flank wall that created a ‘cake-slice’ shaped in-fill to the side of the house. The site geometry formed the concept for the large rear extension and an angular form evolved. The roof is formed from three ‘folds’ framed in triangulated steelwork and in-filled with exposed timber framing.
This is one of the smallest and most difficult commissions we have undertaken. We were asked to create a dressing space adjoining the master en suite for the ‘man of the house’. We were asked to blend the character of the house with the feel of a much-loved chest of drawers in the adjoining master bedroom and also for the furniture to have a hint of gentleman’s club about it too.
We first met the owners Alex and Catherine in May 2014, having been recommended by a previous client. They brought to us their elegant wreck: an enormous, 8-bedroom Edwardian villa that had previously been the home of a multi-generational family. Before that it had been bedsits. All told, we were presented with the aftermath of 30+ years of neglect and disinterest. The utter magnitude of the place meant that even basic renovations were going to cost a small fortune.