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refurbishment and extensions

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  • Red Copse

  • The Lined Extension

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  • Ferncroft Avenue

  • Cholmeley, North West London

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  • Two storey extension in Haringey

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  • House C

Green Tea Architects

Side infill with a trapezoidal window

Small kitchen extension with exposed brick walls and timber panelling

Lindsay Gray Alan Beaton Partnership

Parkhill Cottage Extension & Refurb - Tigerton - Kirkton

Parkhill Cottage Extension & Refurb - Tigerton - Kirkton of Menmuir


The Barn

PARKdesigned were commissioned to create a residential home in a greenbelt area for a down sizing retiring couple whose children had left home.

Arboreal Architecture


This late-Victorian terrace site is short of space to the rear, constrained by an industrial unit built across the back gardens. The project optimises the available space creating a rear extension with a dining room on the ground floor and a bathroom above.


Red Copse

Two storey extension and loft conversions with swimming pool, office and master suite

YARD Architects

The Lined Extension

This scheme consists of a contemporary oak lined side-return extension to a Victorian terraced house in North Kensington, alongside refurbishment works carried out throughout the rest of the home.

CaSA Architects

Little Chalfield

This extended and reorganised Wiltshire barn relied on maximizing the limited space to provide dynamic and flexible spaces to suit the varied needs of a young family.

Belsize Architects

Ferncroft Avenue

Ferncroft Avenue is the remodeling of an Arts and Crafts house in Hampstead to provide a dramatic contemporary brick extension, integrating a large new family living room over a new basement with the new landscaped garden behind and connecting it directly to a semi-enclosed outdoor patio.


Cholmeley, North West London

A small cottage is transformed with the addition of a blue steel mezzanine to increase the useable floor space.

Collective Works

Longhurst Road

Cost effective home extension.

West Port & Company

Randolph Avenue, Maida vale

We are working on the conversion of a lower ground and ground floor flat into a single 2-storey family home in Maida Vale

Creative Ideas & Architecture Office Ltd

Two storey extension in Haringey

This project is for a two-storey rear extension to a semi-detached house in Haringey


Sellincourt Road

Loft conversions

Carta Nova

House C

The client purchased the house because of the large south facing the rear garden. Logically everything was about the garden – to incorporate it as much as possible into everyday life. The challenge was to re-organise the ground floor layout with the new extension to establish a connection between the existing parts of the house and the new open plan area. The client also wanted a private space in the loft with a view of the garden.