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A long, low pavilion forms the garden’s western perimeter, just touching the listed house and contrasting sensitively with existing structures. Iroko cladding is both solid and screen, filtering views into and out of the building through glass walls. Dark grey metalwork provides contrast and a green roof environmental advantages.
The internal spaces are flooded with natural light and allow a close connection to the garden, changing skies and the sun’s passage. There are long internal vistas beside three service cores and very generous column-free, high volumes. Materials include stone, marble, teak...
Sited within the Chilterns, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Brick Flint Pair sees the adaptation and extension of a traditional country farmhouse alongside a new building which appears like a reflection of the original.
The existing farmhouse, a grade II listed cottage built in the 17th century, is restored with its historic features revealed, repaired and celebrated. The new, contemporary element appears as a new building to the north of the existing house, echoing elements of the host structure and drawing in references of the local vernacular.
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The Elements is a private new build house in Hampshire, completed in early 2017 by Winchester based architects AR Design Studio. Adjacent to the stunning River Hamble and its popular marina, it is nestled within meadows rich in native wildlife. With a global collection of friends and family, the client required a large home in which to regularly host and entertain. The home focuses on accommodating a number of guests in the homeliest way possible, providing an experience of a ‘home-from-home’. It is hoped that the home will create lasting...
A full refurbishment of a terraced house, with a basement extension to replace an existing coal cellar. The project maximises the sense of internal space through the use of simple consistent materials throughout ( oak, white concrete, plaster ) and the interior is filled with natural despite its tight urban plot through the use of large format glazing including a glass floor suspended on a glass beam and balustrade.
Our Granville Park project involved the complete redevelopment of this Victorian Villa leading onto Blackheath. This project had a demanding brief to bring the inefficiently partitioned interior of the building firmly into the 21st Century.
An example of a ‘romantic ruin’, which persuaded the owners to buy the overgrown site, seek planning consent, and release its intrinsic value. LSI’s design retained the chapel as an entrance to a bespoke, patio dwelling, on axis with the former existing walled garden, with accommodation arranged on 3 sides.