Posts Tagged ‘architects wells’

Eco House, Somerset

Project: New Sustainable Home Title: The Curved Underground House Location: Oakhill, Somerset Client: Private These images are designs for a new sustainable home located on a hillside, in a woodland setting, with wonderful panoramic views of the open countryside. From this prominent position the glazing to the front makes the most of this fantastic view point. The plan of […]


Garden Office, Bath

Title: The Summerhouse Location: Coleford, Somerset Client: Private Project: Summerhouse A popular alternative to an extension this summerhouse in the garden provides a separate annex for both living and working. With good insulation and underfloor heating and a shower room the office can also be used as a self contained guest room for the main house. […]


New House, Frome

Title: The Butts Location: Frome Client: Private Project: New House This is a restricted  and awkward plot in Frome. Unfortunately the previous architects had failed to gain planning permission from Mendip District Council. We addressed the planning concerns of overlooking by partially sinking the building down into the ground so it appears single storey from the front and two […]


Extension, Bath

Title: Somerfoss Location: Oakhill, Bath Client: Private Project: Residential Extensions A contemporary extension to a 1970’s house tucked away in a village setting.The new glass extension ‘wings’ provide an exciting new entrance and kitchen with spectacular views of the extensive gardens. More importantly it works well with the existing architect designed modernist house, whilst adding a dynamic contemporary edge […]


Conversion, Somerset

Title: The Old Chapel Location: Stoke St Michael, Somerset Client: Private Type: Residential Conversion The conversion of a chapel into an Architect’s dream home – a life long ambition recently completed. A huge three storey high open plan space gave us a blank canvas for the interior design. The challenge was to get the right balance to accommodate noisy family life whilst retaining […]


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Refurbishment, Frome

  Title: The Tea Room Location: Victoria Park, Frome Client: Frome Town Council Type: Public / Community Year: 2009 The existing building was in a poor state having been redundant for many years until Frome Town Council wanted to regenerate Victoria Park using the Edwardian tea house as a focal point. Careful restoration, together with new […]


Bungalow Remodel, Somerset

Title: Greenacres Location: Glastonbury, Somerset Client: Private Project: Remodelling of an existing bungalow Planning permission was received for extensive alterations and remodelling of this bungalow in the open countryside of North Wootton. The clients purchased the property in 2009 as part of successful ‘Greenacres Campsite’ that is listed in the Cool Camping Guide and is used […]


New House, Longleat

Title: Oak Location: East Woodlands, Longleat Client: Private Project: New House A new traditional stone, render and timber cottage designed and built as a modern sustainable home. The site is fantastic – adjacent to the Longleat Estate it has great views over an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. An ancient oak tree acts as its namesake and […]


Conversion, Somerset

Title: The Old Chapel Location: Stoke St Michael, Somerset Client: Private Project: Residential Conversion The conversion of a chapel into an Architect’s dream home – a life long ambition recently completed. A huge three storey high open plan space gave us a blank canvas for the interior design. The challenge was to get the right balance to accommodate […]


Listed Building Refurbishment

Title: Crosslynds Location: Stoke St Michael, Somerset Client: Private Project: Residential, Listed Building Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for the restoration of a Georgian house. The planning department were against the proposals to begin with, however extensive research was carried out to establish the history and period of the house which persuaded the planners to approve the […]


Offices, Somerset

Title: The Old Chapel Location: Somerset Client: MJW Architects Project: Office Conversion An award winning sustainable conversion of a Sunday school annexe to a former chapel into a house and offices for mjwarchitects. The space was opened up and a mezzanine added to give extra floor area and i contemporary, in a sensitive yet dynamic manner. Local sourced recycled materials, such as […]


Eco Home, Somerset

Title: Grumbles Farm Location: Stoke St Michael, Somerset Client: Private Project: Self Build House Detailed Planning Consent was granted in 2010 for a three storey four bedroom family home. The self build house is in a great location situated on the edge of a village in the Mendips, with picturesque views of the countryside. The […]


New House and Stables, Somerset

Title: Springers Hill Location: Coleford, Somerset Client: Private Project Type / Sector: One off house Year: 2008 Planning Permission was recently granted in 2009 by Mendip District Council for a new dwelling in Coleford, replacing an existing bungalow, located in open countryside. The proposed dwelling has been set into the landscape to help it blend into […]


Farm House Renovation

Title: Hornblotton Location: Rural Somerset Client: Private Project Type / Sector: Residential, Renovation, Farmhouse Year: 2006 A major renovation of an existing farmhouse in rural Somerset. It has been completely stripped back to its original stone walls, some of which have been rebuilt. A new roof, windows and doors have been added, with a new […]


Church

Title: Coleford Gospel Hall Location: Coleford, Somerset Client: Coleford Gospel Hall Trust Project Type / Sector: Community / Church Year: 2008 Planning Permission and Building Control Approval was granted for a large extension to the front and two smaller side ‘wing’ extensions to the existing Gospel Hall. The extra space provided accommodation for community meetings […]


New House, Somerset

Title: Greenlands Location: Oakhill, Somerset Client: Private Project Type / Sector: Residential Year: 2001 A large family house requiring in depth planning negotiations with Mendip District Council to achieve a successful solution. The design uses quality local and sustainable materials of natural stone and timber that is in keeping with the local vernacular of the […]


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