Carriage House Replacement Dwelling

We explored development opportunities for this tricky site in a Conservation Area with overlooking problems. Careful design, using contemporary forms and materials such as brick and zinc cladding, allowed a two storey 2-3 bedroomed house, with parking and a small private courtyard.

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Carriage House Replacement Dwelling

We explored development opportunities for this tricky site in a Conservation Area with overlooking problems. Careful design, using contemporary forms and materials such as brick and zinc cladding, allowed a two storey 2-3 bedroomed house, with parking and a small private courtyard.

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Our proposals to rebuild a Victorian carriage house in a Conservation Area as a dwelling explored the development opportunities for our client. The tight site had constricted access, a large adjacent yew tree and limited ability for window locations to avoid overlooking. We designed a two storey 2-3 bedroomed house, with parking and a small private courtyard using contemporary forms and materials such as brick and zinc cladding. Roof lights introduced daylight into double height spaces.

 

 

Carriage House Replacement Dwelling

Our proposals to rebuild a Victorian carriage house in a Conservation Area as a dwelling explored the development opportunities for our client. The tight site had constricted access, a large adjacent yew tree and limited ability for window locations to avoid overlooking. We designed a two storey 2-3 bedroomed house, with parking and a small private courtyard using contemporary forms and materials such as brick and zinc cladding. Roof lights introduced daylight into double height spaces.

Hetreed Ross Architects are RIBA Chartered Architects and Environmental Designers, for Bath, Bristol, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Dorset and the South West. AECB, EASA and Green Register members.

© Hetreed Ross Architects 2017

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