Posts Tagged ‘NASBA’

THE TIMBER HOUSE

A new self build house near Bath This is a modern take on replacing an existing single storey bungalow with a two storey dormer bungalow with 3 bedrooms. Whilst the house is set in the countryside and outside development limits the planners approved the larger house. The plan is kept simple and cost effective with […]


SELF BUILD HOUSE

Grumbles Farm, a new self build home in Shepton Mallet, Somerset Detailed Planning Permission was secured in 2010 for this new three storey, 5 bedroom timber frame sustainable home on the development limits of a village in the Mendips, near Frome. The site is in a great location with picturesque views of the open countryside. […]


OAK

Title: Oak Location: East Woodlands, Longleat, Wiltshire 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 focal point of the design […]


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 […]


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