Contemporary Garden Wall House in Conservation Area

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New Homes / Uncategorized

A contemporary new home situated in a back land garden plot has been submitted to Cheshire East Council.  The site lies in the orchard of the former home of Elizabeth Gaskell.  The north elevation is designed to appear as a Victorian garden kitchen wall with a sliding door to reveal the front entrance door to the dwelling. This is designed with romantic connotations of being a secret passageway through the wall.  Above the wall, cantilevers a first floor element which is part rendered and part clad in western red cedar to appear to be lightweight and ‘floating’.

New Arts and Crafts house nears completion

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Green Belt / New Homes / Uncategorized

A beautiful new family home for a private client designed in a traditional Arts and Crafts style nears completion.  The design features the use natural stone, handmade clay tile roof and silicone render.  Providing 5 bedrooms, an attached garage and open plan living accommodation, when completed this property will make a fabulous new home for our clients.

 

Current Commissions

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Remodeling Congleton Edge

We are currently working on a variety of projects including:

  • New contemporary infill dwellings,
  • Substantial bespoke home refurbishments,
  • City centre shop / apartment extensions,
  • Office and Warehousing
  • Works to Listed buildings
  • Extension of an Ice Cream Shop / Wedding venue
  • A Boat House
  • Farm Development to Residential use
  • Barn conversions

 

Sutton Barn Conversion Approved

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Barn Conversions / Green Belt / Uncategorized

The conversion of a 17th Century Stone barn to a family dwelling situated in the Green Belt has been approved.  The conversion involves the repair of the historic stone walls, stone flag roof and oak beams of the original barn as well as a new oak frame orangery extension as part of the design.  The barn offers unprecedented views over the rolling hills of this part of Cheshire for the occupants to enjoy once the conversion is completed