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Tips before starting your project

Posted by on May 9, 2013 in News | 0 comments

-Think outside the box Your architect should be able to give you ideas that hadn’t crossed your mind. -Keep an open mind Your ideas could be simply impractical or difficult to implement, but your designer will be able to give problem resolution with practicality in mind. -Things might be simpler than you expect The answer to a problem could be simply lack of light or a staircase or entrance in the wrong place, the solution is easy for a creative architect to find. -Analyse your space requirements Make clear to your clients how you use the space in your house and what you would like to achieve with your...

Thermal glass

Posted by on May 9, 2013 in News | 0 comments

The way we live today has changed and with that change comes a desire for open space light and glazing which allows us to enjoy our gardens with the use of thermal glass, much more fully and all through the...

Ground floor renovation

Posted by on May 9, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Awaiting planning for an extension and ground floor renovation in order to create a contemporary open modern space with the kitchen at its heart. This is complimented with a coffee bar to satisfy the client’s desire for a vibrant entertainment...

A Cottage in Elstead, Guildford

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This Cottage was in and conservation area , and in need of serious updating. I took on the challenge of obtaining planning consent and building control after several attempts had failed to excite the client and answer their aesthetic needs, and the vision I had of the renovation will bring it into the 21st century. The project is at the tender...

Charming bungalow in Sunningdale

Posted by on May 9, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Still under construction, this project is in the second stage of a full and extensive makeover, redesigning the space with a new roof incorporating two vaulted ceilings, re defining the entrance and overlooking a glazed gable over the breakfast area. Natural wood and echo-friendly material was used...