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one off homes - page 5

Projects
Profiles
  • Pennycroft

  • The Cooperage

  • Arts & Crafts House

  • Brick Flint Pair

  • The Stables

  • The New Forest House

  • The Watson House

  • The Balancing Barn

  • House in Chelsea

  • The Pooley House

  • Cradle of Idris

  • Bermondsey Street, London

  • The Owers House

  • Ochre Barn

Chris Dyson Architects

The Cooperage

Believed to have built in the early 1900s, this former brewery cooperage on a tight site in Central London had already been in residential use since the 1990s. CDA were invited to prepare a scheme for the extension and complete renovation of the property.

Andrew Wood Associates

Arts & Crafts House

The original house was constructed in the early 1900’s. It was undersized, needed renovation and sat on a large plot. The rear garden wall was listed, the plot bounded Henry 8th Royal hunting grounds - Bushy Park - and it was located in the London Borough of Richmond.

Gruff Limited

Brick Flint Pair

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.

A slice through the...

AR Design Studio

The Stables

What was once the home of the 1946 Grand National Winner ‘Lovely Cottage’, the Stables, located on the outskirts of Winchester, has now been transformed into a wonderful 3 bedroom Home.

This dilapidated stable block has been remodeled into a refreshingly minimalistic house whilst retaining key pieces of its characteristic history, such as the re-conditioned stable partitions and the painstakingly restored drinking troughs, which have been brought back to life as wash basins, located in the en-suite bathrooms.


PAD studio

The New Forest House

Concrete elegance.

John Pardey Architects

The Watson House

The brief began with the idea of occupying the house for short breaks – a holiday home that is easy to use and the clients wished to live in contact with nature.

Mole Architects

The Balancing Barn

Holiday house in Suffolk

Eldridge London

House in Chelsea

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.

John Pardey Architects

The Pooley House

The site in Sandy Point on Hayling Island, backs onto a shallow tidal lagoon with magnificent views eastwards across Chichester harbour.

Studio HE (S /HE)

Cradle of Idris

Competition for a mobile boutique glamping cottage to be set on the coast of Wales.

The concept was derived by the sharing of mythical stories, shadow dance (light/shadow/theatre) and framing of views. The form was derived from beach huts flipped on each other then joined with a glass fissure (to allow for light/views).

Working with natural material and native to Wales, we attempted to create a lush yet sustainable design. Utilising a stove, solar panels and converters, we sought to make this small cottage self sufficient. I.e. Utilising heat and solar...

Studio HE (S /HE)

Bermondsey Street, London

Studio HE was commissioned by a private client to completely refurbish their newly-purchased 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property, on sought-after Bermondsey Street, London.

The client's brief was to have a second home with a wow factor, and a strong emphasis on colour. The space needed to accommodate a flexible work space, plenty of storage and to be able to grow with the family over time.

The original property was a rabbit warren of doors all leading from a generously proportioned entryway with no natural light on three sides of the property....

John Pardey Architects

The Owers House

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.