This small extension had the sole but vital purpose of maximising space and light. The existing house was dark. Particularly the kitchen, which was small and difficult to access from the rest of the house. Additionally disabled access and a wet room were needed.
This project was about increasing light to an existing rear extension and the rooms within, as well as maximising access to the beautiful garden and view beyond.
This modern extension required disabled access, due to illness and the necessity to potentially accommodate a wheelchair in the future. The garden was steeply sloping so we carefully designed a ramp to make access beautiful and practical (with raised herb beds) rather than clinical.
This bungalow remodel almost doubled the value of the clients home and a great reminder that you don’t have to build a new house to achieve your dream home. It is possible to create the same feeling with a remodel.
This transformation of a chilly conservatory and dark kitchen into a lovely, light, warm, vaulted garden room and kitchen also saw a complete redesign of the garden. The main aims being to increase the feeling of space and light, maximise views to the garden and make it warm in winter.