Flint House, Henley Park, Oxfordshire.
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this historical property of traditional brick and flint construction required complete refurbishment. The building was modernised and extended using a combination of traditional brick and flint construction and modern building techniques to provide a substantial family dwelling with exposed original timber roof, large open plan areas at ground floor and vaulted ceilings at first floor to the extension. A mezzanine was constructed within the original barn and linked to the central part of the property by a high level walkway. The master bedroom commands outstanding views from an oak framed balcony.
Kensington, London SW7
Refurbishment of a three storey house to include a new subterranean extension. Various construction techniques were used to form the new basement areas with consideration to numerous adjacent buildings to satisfy all party wall requirements and maintain the stability of the existing building.
Chelsea, London SW3
Complete refurbishment of a six storey town house including a roof terrace and mansard extension. Thoughtful structural design techniques making use of most construction materials were required to achieve the architect’s proposals. Clear communication with the site operatives and design team was essential as the project developed to ensure the client’s brief was achieved.