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one off homes - page 6

  • Country Home of the Future

  • Refurbishment and extension to a Victorian terrace

  • The Haven

  • The Old Barracks

  • BBC's Building Dream Homes: Grasmere

  • Diss Bungalow

  • The Water Tank, Keeling House

  • Pennycroft

  • David Nossiter Architects: Auckland Hill House, London

  • No. 49

  • A Georgian house, Mare Street

  • The Courtyard House

  • South Kensington Private House

  • The Owers House

archangels ARCHITECTS

Country Home of the Future

A unique family eco home, hidden within a lakeland landscape in East Hampshire

David-Leech Architects

Refurbishment and extension to a Victorian terrace

A refurbishment and extension to a typical Victorian terrace currently under construction.

LSI Architects

The Haven

An RIBA Award-winning 4-bedroom, sustainable, timber and glass ‘legacy house’ for the family and the environment on a prominent riverside in the Broads.

Chris Dyson Architects

The Old Barracks

Small grade II listed Mews house complete internal refurbishment.

rbstudio architects

BBC's Building Dream Homes: Grasmere

The right site, but not the right house! A contemporary design which utilised local, natural materials. This made the site a home for our clients. As featured on the BBC's Building Dream Homes.

Manalo & White

Diss Bungalow

Brian Heron Architects

The Water Tank, Keeling House

Revitalising an empty concrete shell, this former water tank space has been converted into a one-bedroom flat on the 16th, 17th and 18th floors of Keeling House.

David Nossiter Architects

David Nossiter Architects: Auckland Hill House, London

A two-storey split-level dwelling is proposed on a site adjacent to a suburban railway line.

31/44 Architects

No. 49

A new-build three-bedroom house in Lewisham, south London

Lynch Architects

A Georgian house, Mare Street

A Georgian house, situated on a very busy street near Broadway Market in Hackney, was refurbished to become a family home in 2016. The house is Grade 2 listed, therefore alterations to the original fabric were mostly limited to stripping back modern finishes and making repairs, mainly of windows and fireplaces. The original timber and stone floors, including a stone staircase built by the original owner (a stone merchant who used the adjacent Regent Canal to transport his stone across London) were kept, and their age and patina is celebrated....

Fraher and Findlay

The Courtyard House

ga architects

South Kensington Private House

South Kensington Private House Basement and extension

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.