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Complete reworking of a 1950s bungalow located in the rolling hills of the Kent countryside (AONB, green belt).
Property will be brought back to the shell, retaining the quirky features of the original building (ref: winged extrusion to side elevation), additional floor added in roof space, full width extension to rear, completely reconfigured internally including bespoke kitchen, completely new interiors throughout, with new entrance hall and bespoke glazing.
Project currently on site, expected completion Jan 2019.
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.
Working closely with two octogenarian clients, we designed and delivered a contemporary yet sympathetic annex to sit alongside a historic farmhouse in the Surrey hills. Great Halfpenny Farm boasts stunning views of the English countryside, but after thirty years in the large home its occupiers longed for something more manageable and modern. The couple therefore passed the farmhouse to the next generation and had their dream retirement home built next door to suit their declining physical abilities.
This simply and robustly detailed house blends with the adjoining farmhouse, using a limited...
PiP's Fen Road development illustrates our ability to combine expertise in design with flexible working practices to create innovative, high quality design.
The scheme also demonstrates our dedication to and expertise in sustainable building methods and renewable energies which we deliver efficient, environmentally responsible architecture that best realises the ambitions and budgets of our clients.
Our brief was to develop a design to meet the retirement needs of the clients. The brief focused on energy efficiency, through the application of renewable technologies and contemporary design, including oak furniture throughout, with a budget...
A new five bedroomed courtyard estate house with cottage and steading annexe that commands majestic views south over unspoilt countryside. This new split level house integrates the old farm out-buildings with expansive new living area and upstairs bedroom suites and balconies. The design recalls the original imposing hillside home which it replaces.
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.
Sitting in the exposed expanse of the Cambridgeshire fens, the Stealth Barn is a bold, simple form, reminiscent of the barn it accompanies. Built as a guest house, studio or meeting place, depending on time of year and workloads: the Stealth Barn is also a retreat, a place of inspiration and enjoyment.