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Marsh View is a holiday house located in an "area of outstanding natural beauty" on the North Norfolk coast, amongst fresh and saltwater marshlands. It sits at the end of a lane beside four 1950s bungalows in a small hamlet close to Burnham Market. The project occurred in two phases, 2001-3 when the main house was built for a textile artist; and then 2007-8, when the studio and car port were added and alterations made to the ground floor of the house.
This proposal for an extension to a family home in Dublin was informed by the client’s interest in Japanese architecture and the desire for a better connection to the west facing garden.
A courtyard garden, or tsubo-niwa as they are known throughout Japan, is positioned at the centre of the reordered home. A typical tsubo-niwa is limited in size, whereas the courtyard is, in this instance, extended and connected to the living spaces; allowing our clients to live within their garden.
Working as executive architect for Paris based design architects Lia Kiladis + Christine Ilex Beinemeier, this project had us overseeing the renovation and extension of a lovely little Georgian house in central Islington through from RIBA Stage E (Technical Design), to Tender and Construction.
New Build home in New Zealand - a bach (pronounced batch) is a modest holiday home or beach house in New Zealand. Baches are an iconic part of the country's history and culture, where they symbolised the beach holiday lifestyle that was becoming more accessible.
Our design proposes a typical house form which is split and offset forming two wings - one used for sleeping and the other for living. The spaces offer different experiential qualities with the lower levels looking into the low level bush, the rear of...
An existing detached house had poorly considered and badly arranged extensions, sheds and outbuildings which resulted in a compromised garden that felt much smaller than it was.
The poorly built structures are demolished, releasing the existing house and garden. Two pavilions are then proposed within the enlarged garden. These new structures are uniform and sharply detailed in contrast to the irregularity of the existing house, they are also lifted above the ground allowing the garden to continue under them exemplifying its expanse. Connecting the existing house, pavilions and...
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...