A key inspiration for the project was the surrounding grounds and how to ensure key views were enjoyed in very different ways when inside the house
What We Created
When designing the ground floor extension and the studio – which stretches out perpendicular to the original building – we ensured the roof line was mirrored by the position of the garden studio. This helped to form a visual link between the two buildings.
By re-imagining the layout of the second floor, we created a master bedroom with its own en-suite, a lounge and further bedroom. The second storey now offers views across the green living roof of the ground floor extension, and towards the newly built garden studio.
162 square metres
Completed October 2015
Ducketts Mead Design Features
- Created external feature stone wall on the extension, which adds aesthetic texture and individuality
- A glazed corner with an overhang, plus doors that open out onto the garden provide an architectural feature
- Windows at the front and back were replaced with feature units, offering aesthetically appealing clean lines, as well as improved visibility of the garden
- Feature lighting on the outside
- Continuous flooring from inside to out creates an seamless flow between spaces
- On the main building, we over-clad the external walls with timber slats to replace tired concrete tiles