Posts Tagged ‘frome’

THE BUTTS

Semi Underground House in Frome, Somerset This is a new semi underground house replacing an existing garage on a restricted and awkward plot in the centre of Frome. Unfortunately previous architects had failed to gain planning permission from Mendip District Council. We addressed the planning concerns of the height of a new house and overlooking […]


THE OAK

A new house, near Frome in Wiltshire, adjacent to the Longleat Estate Replacing an existing cottage this is a new traditional stone, render and timber house designed and built as a modern sustainable home for a poet and his wife leaving London for the country. The site is fantastic – adjacent to the Longleat Estate […]


OFFICES

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 […]


THE CHEESE & GRAIN

Title: The Cheese and Grain Location: Frome Client: Frome Town Council Project Type / Sector: Community Year: 2006 Concept design for the conversion of the existing historic former Cheese and Grain Warehouse into council offices, market place, music centre, cafĂ© and visitors centre. The design makes the most of the historic features of the existing building […]


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