Between beach trips and short holidays there has been a flurry of activity behind the scenes this summer. Getting to a finished, built project takes time, and a lot of decisions along the way. The role of an architect is as much as an ‘enabler’ as a design lead. Client’s will have ideas, goals and dreams, and it is the role of the architect, practised in these things, to realise them and create an extension, new home or any other construction to their aspirations.
This summer has been no exception and below is a bit of a glimpse of work product produced or developed during the summer months. The practice focuses upon owner-occupied homes, either new build or extensions and alterations. Where extension and alteration work is taken on, it tends to be on older properties built pre 1975. The summer’s work includes a Grade II* farmhouse, a Georgian town house, a Class Q barn, a large extension and remodelling of a 1930’s country house, a 1960’s bungalow first floor extension and a modern extension to an old farmstead.