The brief

Our clients came to us with a detached bungalow situated on a gorgeous plot, wanting to substantially increase their square footage and create a space to share with friends and family whilst accentuating the relationship between inside and outside. They pictured themselves on a warm summer’s day, hosting guests and flinging open the doors to enjoy their home and garden as one.

The concept

We proposed a first-floor lift with a single storey infill and a transformation of the interior layout, gaining four bedrooms including a luxury master suite with bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe. At the rear of the property, we have incorporated two bifold doors alongside flat roof lanterns to fill the living space with light throughout the day, while upstairs boasts a stunning bay window to the rear with dormers at the front, allowing the sunshine to flow throughout the house. We used a complimentary material palette of white render, brick, timber and subtle hints of anthracite grey to maintain the building’s traditional Tudor style whilst adding a dash of the contemporary.

The work

This ambitious project required planning permission, and we supported our client through their planning application to ensure a smooth process and positive outcome. We’re happy to say permission has been granted, and are looking forward to moving to the next stage of the project.

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