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Elegant Solution There To Be Discovered

Within every site there’s an elegant solution there to be discovered. Sometimes it just takes longer to find than others! Essential to this process of discovery is the ability to discuss, test & develop ideas face to face with colleagues in the studio. In this case working closely with David Norman patiently testing things in…

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Updated Visuals Of Mossie

This extraordinary (para 79) project has just been updated with new visual renders. Various spaces have recently been updated, improving the flow within the building envelope and the external facade has been further refined to camouflage the dwelling within the surrounding landscape.

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Lake House Update

The impressive structural form of Lake House (para 79) is becoming very apparent, as the construction team reach the roof level of this beautiful development. Unfortunately the extremely wet, winter conditions are still slowing up proceedings, as the builders battle on to complete the roof, ready for the window installation. We are very much looking…

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The Chalk Pit Visuals

We have new visual renders of The Chalk Pit (para 79) as the project nears closer to planning. Here the naturally sloping site has allowed us to have fun with the internal layout, where we have created large double height spaces that enjoy expansive south facing views, maximising the buildings passive solar credentials. Both the…

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Construction Progressing Well At Lake House

Construction work at Lake House is progressing well despite the incessant rain. It was lovely to visit the site with David Norman and Michael Zulueta albeit socially distanced to chat with the construction team about the schedule of work throughout February. We are expecting the windows to arrive very shortly, which is earlier than ideal and an unfortunate…

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Our 22nd Para 79 Approval

We’re delighted to announce that Tewkesbury Borough Council today approved our 22nd Paragraph 79 exceptional dwelling. This one is nestled within a discreet valley in the Cotswolds, AONB (our 8th Para 79 consent within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Delighted for the clients and special thanks to Paul Fong & Mike Davies from Ridge…

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Another Fishing Lake!

Site appraisal at another tranquil fishing lake! This one formed from aggregate extracted to build the M1. Lots of interesting ingredients to play with here, I look forward to getting to know this place a little better.

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Mossie Sunset Renders

We are are currently working on the sunset renders for Mossie, our exciting, new Paragraph 79 project in Cambridgeshire. On the right you can seen the foldable louvre system, which allows occupants to customise their solar shading in the summer and ‘batten down the hatches,’ during winter.

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Cliff Top House Under Construction

Took the family & dog out for a walk to Kingsdown in Kent to see how our Cliff Top House (Para 55) self build house is getting on. Chuffed with how well it sits in its setting. Can’t wait to see the project finished.

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Skylight Oculus

Part of the detailing used at the entrance to our recently renovated Bellropes project. We’d been giving a gem of a 1960’s house to makeover and this skylight oculus is just one of many exciting alterations we made to complete the transformation.

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Constructive Design Review

Thanks to the wonders of Zoom, we were able to have a really constructive and enabling design review with design:midlands yesterday,  just a day after being plunged into Tier 4 Covid restrictions. So many rich & exciting ideas to discus about Stone Woods, our latest (Para 79) project. Looking forward to continuing to push boundaries…

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Handmade Kent Peg Tiles

Elevation detailing from our Echo Barn (Para 55) project in Biddenden, Kent. The roof tiles are handmade Kent peg tiles in the tile & a half format. The walls are clad with handmade mathematical tiles and the property has been finished with a bride soleil veil made from English Sweet Chestnut.

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