Brief:The client approached us to see if we could do a loft conversion in their 20-year-old home. Due to the age of the property the roof is trussed, which can make loft conversions difficult and time consuming.Working with our engineers we swiftly found a successful solution by installing a steel framework, which opened the space significantly. To make room for a fantastic second floor living space to include large bed, en-suite and walk in wardrobes. Key Aspects:Oak staircaseWalk in wardrobesMaster bedroomModern en-suite
Brief:The client came to us after deciding to renovate their kitchen. Having already finalised a plan with the designer from the kitchen company it was our brief to prepare and convert the rooms. The client was looking to achieve a light, open space which improved functionality. Key AspectsAluminium windows and doorsCustom designed island with raft aboveUnderfloor heating
Brief:Andy and Helen came to us looking to extend their detached home in Hagley, having already acquired planning permission and drawings.We were given a brief of wanting to achieve a very contemporary style extension, giving them an open plan kitchen and family room. Key AspectsFull height double aspect windows to the sidesFloating window seatOpening the original loungeLarge flat profile skylightStriking use of textures
Brief:We were recommended to the couple by a previous client. The customer was in the process of purchasing the Victorian property in Harborne at which point we met with them to discuss the potential development and renovation.From our initial meetings we talked through what they wanted from the project and advised accordingly. We gave an early guide cost to the suggestions and ideas we came up with allowing the client to manage the expectations within the budget.Once the final plan had been decided we supplied a fixed cost for the complete project. Key AspectsLarge glazed area in the kitchenMaintain and maximise original Victorian featuresSympathetically merge contemporary with classic design
Brief:We were approached by the client to convert a period coach house in their grounds. The coach house had been renovated unsympathetically in the 1980’s.Our brief was to restore the coach house to its original glory and retain and reinstate as many original features as possible. The coach house was intended as a gym and office space, so features spaces dedicated to each.The client was keen to achieve a loft style look with an industrial theme which is reflected in the overall design and finish. Key AspectsExposed steelworkMezzanine floor accessed via ship ladderPolished concrete floorCritall style windows and doorsGlass gable with frameless glass Juliet balcony Please click here to see more photos.
Brief:The project brief for the kitchen extension was to allow as much light into the room as possible while maintaining a traditional style and feel.The homeowner wanted to make sure the new extension blended seamlessly to the existing property and make use of the original features where possible while achieving a light and airy feel to the room. Key AspectsRoof lanternLarge bi-fold doorsBespoke handmade kitchenUnderfloor heating
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