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New uses for existing buildings often combine refurbishment of the historic fabric with the re-organisation of the space to permit a change of viable occupation. Conflicting demands require skilful resolution and creative solutions to achieve the best possible results.

Click on the thumbnails below to see a full description and images of each project.


Thumbnail of buildingDevonshire Cottage, Bath

Conversion of a former log store into a two storey infill cottage for an independent family member within the main family estate.

Thumbnail of buildingTurleigh House, Turleigh

Installation of a new glazed facade with balconette and conversion of redundant barn into a new residence within a listed terrace.

Thumbnail of buildingThe Old School, Combe Down, Bath

Conversion of the former junior school into an exciting new family residence, with wheelchair accessible accommodation.

Thumbnail of buildingMounton House Park, Chepstow

The famous Arts & Crafts mansion of Henry Avray Tipping was subdivided into apartments, and the associated stables building converted into new homes.

Thumbnail of buildingCity Lofts, Hackney

The conversion of this redundant warehouse in Tabernacle Street into apartments and Live/Work units was enhanced by increasing the height of the building by an extra storey.

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