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David Nossiter Architects: Church Hill Barn, Suffolk
“David Nossiter Architects are the creative genius behind this stunning Suffolk barn conversion.” The Sunday Times
“Winner of best restoration in last year’s Sunday Times British Homes Awards, this 5,000 sq ft barn conversion by the London-based architect David Nossiter shows how cathedral-like spaces can be made liveable…” The Sunday Times
“To tackle an existing building like this, you have to take a forensic approach to create a piece of architecture within the existing structure. This is a prime example of someone knowing when to stop adding layers” Daily Telegraph Homebuilding &...
A hugely ambitious, contemporary family home that met the challenging planning constraints without compromise, while providing a tailor-made solution for the clients' young family, including facilities specifically designed for the long-term special needs of one of their children.
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.
Set amongst a verdant backdrop and overlooking the River Avon, the site offered great potential with inspiration being taken from the natural topography of the site, the river and the long distance views. To the North-West across the floodplain, Salisbury Cathedral’s spire can be spotted and the South-West aspect affords a far reaching outlook across the water meadows and down the river.
These constraints orchestrated a multifaceted three winged approach to the design, with the house carefully positioned to avoid close proximity to the banks of the river. The cranked...
This large extension has turned a typical detached house into a very substantial contemporary home.
Hints to traditional rural forms have been re-interpreted into a modern design that has transformed the existing house into a stunning home.
A project for a designer and a potter in Lenzie, East Dunbartonshire. The project unifies a previously subdivided villa within the Lenzie conservation area and updates the interior throughout. We were asked to look at comprehensively improving the building's thermal performance and so it includes the introduction of insulation into the existing envelope, a new air source heat pump, while at the same time maintaining the decorative features which made the house so attractive in the first place.
Due to the subdivision which had previously happened, the existing building...
Pitched Black is a new-build 4-bedroom family home, located on the site of a disused builder’s yard. A technically challenging and tight backland site, the plot is located in a conservation area and bounded on one side by a railway cutting, the site posed many design and logistical challenges.
Karl & Vanessa were moving from a large New York apartment to London. They had been living a lateral existence, all rooms on the same level, no steps and no stairs. They asked for a sense of their New York apartment in their new home, but there was only one catch… The house they were buying was a town house, over five floors, with steps in abundance.