Work to existing buildings, conversions, extensions, refurbishment:

(see also 'extensions' under the main menu)

Barn conversion
In this barn conversion we have retained the sense of space that is so characteristic of the original buildings.  This one was derelict and in a state of collapse until work started. 
Design:  Nick
Bear and Key
The former pub had been closed for some time, after ceasing to function of a hotel some years earlier.  The upper floors and stables to the rear were converted into houses and apartments, with a commercial use on the ground floor.
Communal stair in converted building
When converting a building into flats with a ground floor commercial use, the original stair that rose in the centre had to be replaced at ground floor level.  A new extension and stairwell was built for the communal stair for the flats above, illuminated by top-light, and giving a comfortable and well proportioned entrance for residents.  Design:  Nick


Former stables
This is the conversion of a former stables into a three bedroomed house. It sits in a secluded spot, set back from the street, behind other houses.  Design:  Nick
Village supermarket with flat above
A village supermarket with a flat above.  An original design by another Architect was brought to us by a client. A re-design was needed as the original one failed to realise that there was no headroom in the eaves on the upper floor ! 


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