Friday, 28 September 2012

Transport Project Architectural and Interior Design



Recent Project Sketches














St Pancras Station more architectural works being developed




We can't bring you any images of new designs being developed yet but we have some interesting project work at the station where we worked for nearly 10 years to help create the renaissance of this wonderful world class rail terminal. Watch this space...


Friday, 14 September 2012

Extension and Loft Conversion in well connected location

This is a typical smaller project, which hopefully will make a big difference to our clients. In this area, its worth maximising the space in your house. It can be tricky in a conservation area of course.


Large new room with 4 rooflights is being created by the clever insertion of bespoke steelwork. Drainage is threaded into the available space. New brick arch is formed to match existing. The floor level has been lowered to achieve the maximum size of room at the rear of the property. There were some amendments needed to water and gas services to allow these works to happen. Inside the staircases are new, in order to add a new ground level wc and to allow access to the new loft room.



This is an earlier set of 3d views of the project.
Below, are some working drawings for the project.









Monday, 10 September 2012

Summertime is Special


Some of our Small Projects in Gardens helping our clients enjoy their great outdoors.

Recently completed garden works







 Garden room under construction.




Garden Room recently completed






Design drawing prior to construction

New meets Old: Renovation and Extension Project

Thermal Insulation added to walls, oak flooring , new light fitting

 Hallway renovated, with existing tiling repaired and extended.
 View to Kitchen Diner
 New double glazed stained glass window


Chert and Lias Stone Cottage

This is the new oak truss waiting to be installed in the roof. The joints are pegged for a traditional approach to the design.

The new walls are 600mm thick in order to have structurally stable stonework, and 100mm of insulation. Dressed Limestone cill pieces have been chosen to complement the Chert , which is the creamy coloured local stone which is being used. The stone choice is an exact match to the existing cottage and the local authority Conservation Officer was consulted on site when deciding final details.



There are several weird and wonderful angles to this building. The whole extension is on a steep slope which has meant steps have been used inside to allow the roof to step down, complementing its setting.