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Residential projects are fundamentally concerned with the living requirements of their owners, and so it is essential to engage with the client in understanding their needs and developing the brief. The resulting home should combine the client’s needs in a building that responds to its site context, and provides excitement and pleasure.
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A dramatic new house that is designed for a hillside site fitting between protected yew trees and listed buildings within the historic conservation area.
The contemporary new enclosure of a redundant barn that creates new living space within a listed building within the historic conservation area.
The conversion of a former Arts & Crafts stables building into a new residence, as part of the comprehensive redevelopment at Mounton House.
A new house that replaced the design previously provided by others for Outline Planning Permission, giving the client tailor-made space for his specific needs.
The home created within this redundant Victorian school provides dramatic space and exciting rooms for all the family, in addition to providing for the access needs of the wheelchair-reliant owner.
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