We are currently preparing layout options for this Grade 2 listed cottage in Cromford. We are trying to adapt the layout to suit modern lifestyles without harming the existing fabric or character.
The extension to a brick cottage in the Elston Conservation area is complete. The new space provides a large kitchen and utility downstairs with a bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. The conservation officer had some strong opinions about the size and positioning of the extension but we managed to design a spacious and […]
The confusing layout of this house has been rationalised and additional living and sleeping areas created, ensuring the property works as a family home. As the property is in a conservation area , the extension will be clad in stone to match the existing. Large areas of glass will take advantage of the views over […]
Pre application discussions are in progress for this 90’s Stone built house set in a beautiful location on the outskirts of Matlock. The new design rationalises the layout and the proposed double height glazed lobby unifies the different parts of the house. The large areas of glazing open the interior into the gardens and maximise […]
Construction drawings are in progress for the cottage remodel in the Nottinghamshire countryside. Plans are to raise the eaves and roof height to gain an extra master bedroom and rationalise the layout creating a large living kitchen downstairs.
Excavation is nearly complete for the 2 storey subterranean extension in Matlock. Luckily the weather over the last week has been perfect for digging. Once the trenches are dug it will be time to get the concrete ready for the slab!
The two storey extension to the cottage in Elston is progressing with timber frame and ground floor walls in. Next step is gable brickwork and ridge beam before the stunning bifold doors and traditional windows can be installed. Lets hope the weather holds out for the bricky over the next few weeks!
Design proposal for a summerhouse in a rear garden in Matlock. The design adheres to the permitted development rules which means that planning permission is not needed.