Mill house suffered considerable damage to its historic fabric prior to its listing… a careful approach to to conservation of any remaining historic fabric was required…One thing that did survive before it could be destroyed was the flooring to the attic rooms.
A very Merry Christmas from us all at Hetreed Ross Architects, and best wishes for 2019. Keep checking back to see what were up to in 2019…
An architect plays a vital role in the construction phase of a building project. This article covers key points to consider if you thinking about the construction phase of your project.
Progress on site is well underway this week at North Road, Bath. The proposal is for annex space at ground floor level with a large home office space above.
Planning Permission granted this week for a replacement dwelling of 50% Volume Increase in Wiltshire’s Green Belt and Cotswold Area if Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Progress on site is well underway this week at the Grade ll listed, Farmhouse Garage Project. Muckaway has been removed from site and excavations complete.
Part One. New Self-Build Passivhaus gets planning approval in Wiltshire’s Green belt and AONB
Progress is going well on site at the Old Beer House this week, the contemporary barn extension is constructed and the glazing has now been installed.
Planning Permission granted for a new Cafe at Bath City Farm. Hetreed Ross have worked with clients to design a sustainable cafe selling farm produce. Following a successful public consultation planning approval was granted on 26th April 2018.
What makes a good bathroom? If you are planning a new bathroom see our Pinterest page for inspiration. Carefully designed lighting and the correct choice of sanitaryware and finishes can make all the difference.
Hetreed Ross Architects, now have a qualified Certified Passivhaus designer on the team. Talking to Bath Life she discusses the in-depth building science course she attended to further her understanding of the Passivhaus principles and energy efficient buildings.
Site Progress: Nearing completion at the Grade II* listed manor house. Fireplace installed and ready for finishing touches.