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Lang Architecture provides full architecture and interior design services for both public and private sectors. We are committed to providing high quality architecture that responds to each environment and clients needs.

PLANNING APPROVAL

We are pleased to have just gained Planning Approval for the extension of this house in the Lumsdale conservation area. The proposal maximizes views out over the valley and creates an additional bedroom with large terrace at first floor and a spacious open plan kitchen, dining, living room and boot room below

ELSTON EXTENSION COMPLETION

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 […]

TANSLEY EXTENSION

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 […]

MATLOCK EXTENSION IN PRE-APP

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 […]

BARN RESTORATION

We have been producing the building regulations drawing package for this barn and neighboring outbuildings near Leeds. Although some of the barn is already converted into a home, a full refurbishment is needed and we have produced 3d images for the client to visualise the double height entrance.

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