A brick extension transforms South West London semi.
A brick and glass linking structure ties the living areas together and lets light flood in to this west London townhouse.
Contextual extension and new garden creates elegant new family home.
Warm Materials and use of light used in Chiswick Side Extension.
A series of projects were undertaken to make this listed building a beautiful family home
A split level extension created to link this maisonette and basement flat to form a family home with interlocking spaces
Complete internal renovations including loft conversion and side and rear extension transform south west London semi.
Sculptural stair used to reformat Central London mews House.
Roof top extension and terraces were added to form this light filled penthouse flat.
Internal alterations and exposure of the brick vaulted ceilings create a stylish family home
A radical split level extension doubles the size of the north London property.
Sensitive alterations to this country property were carried out in the third project for this client.
A comprehensive transformation of a run down semi detached dwelling including an environmentally friendly fresh air ventilation system.
The dramatic extension over two floors replaces a freezing conservatory and transforms the property.
A beautiful city centre loft space was stripped right back and remodelled using the buildings existing features and adding a stunning roof terrace.
An elegant brick extension and roof level extension all created using permitted development rules.
The introduction of a curved double height wall was used to transform this 60's bungalow.
A modest bungalow and garage were upgraded and combined to form a beautiful family country home in Oxfordshire.
Unusual corner plot and large garden prompted a complete internal remodelling and new facade.
A well designed side extension gained planning next to a significant church.
An ugly eighties property was extended and given a facelift with a modest budget.
Outbuildings, glass links and new cladding transform this modest south west London property.
Steep topography of plot informed cantilever and split level extension to create dramatic living spaces as part of this whole house refurb.
Housed in an old theatre building. By using existing volumes and reorientation the main worship space into a beautiful new space was created with up to date services and a solar farm.
A render and timber contemporary façade articulates this 5000 sq ft family home in West London.
Stunning views across London and early modernist houses inspired the floating glass box of this family home.
A proposal for a complete new build to replace an exiting building used brick and cantilevers to exploit the site.
An extensive plot in North London used the gradient to create a sweeping house half buried in the hill side.
Brick and oak frame are used to create simple but handsome new houses on a plot near Basingstoke.
A green oak framed barn and unique fully glazed pool are the main features of this spa ban to an Oxfordshire house.
Brick, timber and the neighbouring building lines are used to generate a striking façade for 32 flats.
A modern double fronted townhouse with a louvred front to let in light and provide privacy.
A timber clad house formed from two barn-like forms and built to passive house standards.
A contextual brick façade conceals a highly glazed modernist building to the rear.
Five flats are contained within this timber and glass terraced structure with landscaped gardens.
New family home informed by the local buildings and reinterpreted in a contemporary idiom.
A modern eco house using rammed earth walls for a secluded Oxfordshire site.
The former dairy buildings are used as a starting point for the design of this eco house in the Surrey Hills.
A house for a sensitive site in the Cotswold's which is sunk into the ground and used rural forms.
A series of new buildings for the school which used a system of building which is low cost and quick to build.
A sensitive back garden site prompted a semi underground house that worked with the site levels.
A classic car workshop and museum drawing on factory roofs and transparent materials.
An office to residential conversion which includes a new planted wall clad pavilion to the top floor.
A dramatic beach side site carved out of the rock with a rugged modern house to blend into the cliffs.
Nine new dwellings on a redundant garden centre site are clad in two types of timber.
A proposal for a mixed use corner building in south west London.
Planning was gained to renovate and extend this 60s office building in Hemel Hempstead.
An internal redesign and external face lift breathe new life into this community facility.