Before & After


Curved extension

Garden views and connectivity

Brief: The Victorian Vicarage home owners wanted an extension to the kitchen, which would gain views and light from the Northern side of the house and seamlessly link the kitchen and garden. The challenge was to work with the site restraints of a high garden wall running at an angle to the side of the house. We devised an original solution of a curved extension with a striking curved copper roof. 

Outcome: The fan, or 'pizza slice' shape of the curved extension boasts a unique copper roof, curved sliding doors and a curved kitchen and circular rooflights. The kitchen is light-filled and modern and flows easily into the garden from the open-plan space. It is also a successful marriage of a grand Victorian house and a innovative, contemporary design that blends beautifully the new and old, inside and outdoors together.

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Frequently asked

When should I hire an architect?

The sooner the better, at least to the extent of finding out what might be possible for you. An initial consultation will provide you with a lot of information and ideas as well as budget parameters. If you are not sure if you are ready to commit and would simply like to consider the options available to you we can provide you undertake a feasibility design report, providing you with sketched floor plan options and ideas of architectural appearance by sketched or photoshop.

What happens at the initial meeting?

In your initial consultation meeting we will discuss and consider a wide range for areas, from your project requirements, planning considerations, your property's potential and possible design solutions. The visit will also allow us to consider the optimum level of design services for your project and and enable us to send you a fixed fee quote for our architectural services for your consideration later.

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