Lead architect: Private client; full suite of town planning and design services.

Built 2009

Completed project included planning application in Conservation Area for design of ground floor extension and proposed loft extension. Design provided seamless garden access for client with multi-generational family and met the brief to optimise the amount of sunlight in the overshadowed rear garden by use of roof lights arranged by solar modelling software. 

Client: Private client

Consultant: Engineer: Richard Hudson

Cost: Circa £80k

Solar study, December 21st 10am

Solar study, December 21st 10am

Solar study, June 21st 3pm

Solar study, June 21st 3pm

Completed light sculpted ceiling

New garden elevation

Design to enhance the existing rear garden and give easy connectivity between new family room and outside.

Crafted interior 

Interior roof scape modulated to enhance roof light forms and to optimise solar access deep into the extension and Victorian home.

Fully functional kitchen and living area

V shaped fully openable swing doors provide flexible access to rear garden. Creation of ample kitchen storage; family seating areas located off circulation routes.