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Stylus Architects were commissioned to conduct a full feasibility review of the ground floor space and the exterior façade. The original 1930’s cottage was visible from the rear but a later 1980’s addition shrouded the front of the house. The aim was to make this already large dwelling have more cohesion between each of the spaces and building elements.

The design introduced a new side extension that included a new kitchen dining living room as well as a gym, Utility and boot room. The remaindered of the floor plate was rationalised with new crittal doors added off the entrance hallway to create views through the whole house. New joinery designed by Stylus Architects was added to each reception room creating a key focal point. 

The spaces were rationalised with the use of large bi-parting panelised doors to allow for greater flexibility The internal space-flow works well as the majority of rooms can be accessed from the new extended entrance hall.

In the centre of the house is the new open plan kitchen, dining and living space that is full of natural daylight utilised from multiple facades. This space is accessible to and from the rear garden.





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