Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Nearing Completion - Finishing Touches being Implemented

Gleaming glass and acrylic kitchen, with porcelain floor.

Opening awaiting minimal glass sliding doors. Plenty of natural light is captured. Would be great as a painting studio, as every nuance of weather is obvious.

New kitchen space wrought out of existing smaller rooms

Family dining space with underfloor heating and level access to terrace

Rainshower, thermostatically controlled.

Secret door - half of this is a wall

Remote controlled rooflights

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Brunskill Architects Portfolio Post 3

Link to Completed Brunskill Architects Designed Project


Conservation Improvements Underway in Difficult Site.

We have just received Planning Permission to make alterations to this unused city centre office area. It will converted into some great apartments, with attractive interiors, probably to be sold. They are in a fantastic city centre location, would easily suit young or old professionals! This site has remained empty for quite a while. It is locally listed as well as being in a conservation area. Also the District Archaeologist had an interest in the building due to its history. We hope our 3d drawings helped convince the authorities that this will be a reasonable development in terms of Planning and Heritage. We also submitted a Statement of Significance & Impact for Heritage Assets, which we have been doing for listed building applications in various areas.

Thursday, 12 January 2012

House refurbishment and Extension nearing Completion

An existing Victorian building is fully refurbished with integrated radiators and limed oak floors. the spacious and light filled contemporary extension is set level with a new patio which flows out to the west, for afternoon sun. Rooflights are remote controlled and their is underfloor heating.


New Garden Room in the Pink by Brunskill Architects