We are currently working on technical detailing of the building fabric for a new single storey extension to a previously converted threshing barn in North Devon. We have specified the use of woodfibre insulation across the walls and roof to create a high quality build that will improve the thermal performance of the building. The design also incorporates a zinc roof which has very good environmental credentials, is very robust long lasting, and its malleability lends itself well to shape of the roof.

Read more about this project from a previous blog post here.

As we prepare to complete a planning application for our client, we're pleased to share a visual of this contemporary extension that we have designed complete with dark cladding, concealed guttering, and a sedum roof. The contemporary design creates a juxtaposition to the stone cottage that forms the main dwelling.

We have been invited to participate in the design of a community Housing project on Bridge Farm, Bristol adjacent to the M32 motorway. The site has many challenges, the biggest being the steep sloping terrain. Our design focuses on how we can work with the site to produce high quality homes and facilites for the existing and new community.