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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.
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.
The client had recently purchased a substantial 1980’s house on a sloping site, overlooking the lush countryside of Misbourne Valley, Buckinghamshire. Whilst the house was in good order and spacious it didn’t fully maximise the views across the valley and suffered from poorly thought-out extensions that compartmentalised the house. The clients dreamt of opening up the house to the countryside while introducing an open plan kitchen and living space where the family could come together. The rear garage was to be replaced with a family gym. They also wanted...
No.10 Well Street is a grade-II listed Georgian town house that has undergone a complete restoration and improvement programme. The plan has been rationalised and the house re-oriented to focus on the garden. Natural light has been brought into the centre of the house, and a substantial new living space added at the rear which maximises views over the west-facing walled garden.
This large Grade II listed apartment block in Marylebone was built in 1928 and forms part of the Howard de Walden Estate. Nash Baker Architects were commissioned to undertake a complete refurbishment of one of the fourth floor apartments that involved a complete re-configuration of the space whilst retaining all the original joinery and plaster work.
Our client wished to refurbish and extend their existing roof terrace room, creating a stronger relationship with the external spaces and London skyline. The proposal sits within a Conservation area in central London, requiring a considered design approach that is sensitive to the existing building and context. The view from the surrounding buildings and streetscape are of particular importance. With the creation of the roof room, the flat below will be transformed into a light and practical set of spaces appropriate for a growing family.
The proposal looks to highlight the...