This house consists of a 17th century core, a late 18th century hall and 19th century wing. In the 1920s the house was split into two which left our clients house without a suitable entrance and with no connection to the gardens. Our brief was to
The house is listed and built tight up to the road on the boundary making it difficult to extend.
Our design creates a 21st century living space with a tall sliding screen of glass that connects the heart of the house with the garden. This space is built into an existing bank of plants and
What the client said:
“Simon proved rigorous, attentive and scrupulously professional, expertly and conscientiously dealing with the vast number of challenges, aesthetic and practical, major and minor, that such a project throws up.”
RIBA Regional Awards 2012 : Shortlisted scheme