We have successfully been granted planning permission to double the footprint of an existing 1950s detached house in St Albans.
No amendments required!
We have been commissioned to design a relatively small side extension to a locally listed Victorian townhouse in the St Albans conservation area.
The current kitchen is tiny and the layout is not optimised. The rear garden is at various levels and they want to make the garden an extension of their indoor spaces.
The client of Danish origin is keen to implement the ideology of hygge.
It may be a week of rain rain rain, but that's not hampered progress on our job to this `1930s house. The roof has been taken off, extended and put back on. Rooflights are in to flood the staircases and voids with natural light. The velux balcony works a treat to create the impression of space and give stunning views of the garden and parkland beyond.
We have been appointed to work on the remodelling and extension to a 1920's arts and crafts house which sits within the Dulwich Estate and conservation area.
The client wants to create an open plan space for their family, upgrade the existing services and thermal performance of the house to meet current building regulations.
We have been instructed to design a rear extension that retains the quirky features of this period house and works with the steep mature garden. Our client bought this house because of the garden and they want to frame views of it from the house.
There is an ugly prefab garage to the front of the property which blocks natural light to the side of the house - it is to be demolished and a new garage repositioned to create a more pleasing appearance to the front of the house.
Great to be working back in Dacorum!