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.

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