Residential Extension, near Royal Victoria Park in Bath
This is a modern corner extension to a 1970’s house in Bath located opposite the Cranhill Grade 2 Listed Building. The wraparound design replaces a number of smaller ad hoc extensions to bring the house visually together and give a contemporary design uplift in appearance. Generous open plan living space is created with a kitchen and eating area together with a separate larder, study and den all in line to meet today’s modern family requirements. With careful attention to detail a structural column has been avoided at the corner to prevent obscuring the best views from a prominent level overlooking Royal Victoria Park and the townscape of Bath. Being located in a Conservation Area and World Heritage Site it was a successful challenge to obtain Planning Permission for a contemporary design in a heritage setting. Recently it has become a great place to work from home.

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  1. bmd says:

    This extension is grand and what an awesome design you have done.

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