This design features a cantilevered entrance which not only looks stunning, but also provides the wheelchair occupant to get out of his car and into the house without getting wet.
This extension replaced an awkward previous extension and conservatory. This design rationalises the space and provides a great connection with the garden.
The addition of a large roof lantern ensures plenty of natural light
A comprehensive design makeover to a tired bungalow in Frenchay
In this project the roof was raised to create a first floor level with a gallery landing. This design creates an interesting and unique ground floor entrance while linking the bedrooms above.
The double storey element respects the existing house while the single storey gives a modern twist and crisp lines
A large opening with vertical emphasis was created to maximise views and natural light.
This first floor extension above a former Smithy creates a fantastic bedroom with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.
The entire structure was raised and connected to the existing house in a sympathetic manner, creating two additional large bedrooms at first floor level and a large open plan kitchen/dining living room below.
This extension was created using hand picked local trees, in this way natural curves and wind braces were introduced to give an interesting and unique fusion of traditional techniques and contemporary design
A seamless extension to a 1930's detached house in Bishopston
This split level bedroom is an imaginative use of space and creates a useful separation between sleep and study,
Stairs don't need to be boring!
When space is a bit tight, it's amazing what you can achieve with a bit of consideration.