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Extensions carefully integrated to compliment landscaped setting

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New stair linking extension set at half landing levels with glass walls and balustrades

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Stringless folded stair with glazed balustrade

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Open plan kitchen with extended area to form living dining space with lantern light and doors onto terrace

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Glazed link roof over stair between house and new rear accommodation

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Open plan kitchen with extended area to form living dining space with lantern light. Doors and windows positioned to maximise light and views.

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5 bedroom country house, replacing agricultural buildings and a dwelling to provide a substantial family home in the Sussex countryside this design breaks down the elements of the accommodation taking advantage of split levels on a sloping site to reduce the overall form and massing

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Statement entrance with oak doors and exposed
trusses designed by WCEC

Dramatic hall and stairs in contemporary country house, one off design for stair and balustrade by WCEC where the stair links the four split levels of the house. Landing windows and roof lights ensure a bright interior

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Open plan interior to family living spaces maximising light and outlook with large windows and roof lights

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Top lit upper landing to stair. Balustrade with glass to glass junctions and stainless steel hand rail

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A mix of contemporary details and vernacular forms including pitched roofs and bay windows and built with handmade local bricks and plain clay tiles provides a soft appearance located comfortably in its immediate and wider landscaped setting.

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Building forms reflect inner spaces with direct visual and physical links to garden. The family living space extends out into the terraces with glazing that can be completely opened and yet remain shaded by the canopy roof.

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The house takes full advantage of its setting and views of the Sussex countryside

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Phase I remodelling to house with new garden room, kitchen, entrance hall and garaging. The roof is finished with traditional lead sheet with roll details and patent glazing

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Modern living spaces created using traditional materials and construction but with contemporary detailing and design to various Sussex country homes

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Remodelling and extension to a large Sussex family home to create contemporary living areas, with an oak framed garden elevation and full height windows at ground floor and replanned master bedroom suite above

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The interior has an open plan with spaces defined by ceiling heights, structural frames and furniture. The end wall of the house was opened up into a new extension to provide a new kitchen and living accommodation

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New living areas extend out into the garden with extended terraces, designed in the form of a linked barn retaining the identity of the original house

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Oak framing to new living spaces beyond kitchen with new bay and French windows to master bedroom above

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Creative use of forms, lighting and materials to provide modern living spaces to existing houses

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Shortlisted for the RIBA Downland Award

Phase 1 Re-planning, remodelling and extensions to form new conservatory, enlarged kitchen, master bedroom en-suite and new bathroom in this Sussex country house featured in Homebuilding & Renovating

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Shortlisted for the RIBA Downland Award

Interior planning and design focusing on the integration of new spaces with the original 17th century timber framed house and gardens

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Phase II with new entrance, internal alterations to rationalise circulation and new stairs providing extended drawing room at ground floor, reforming three bedrooms and creating fifth bedroom on the first floor

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Sensitive additions to vernacular country houses to provide modern accommodation maximising natural lighting, rationalising circulation and previous alterations to create a cohesive overall design

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Extension to a Grade II Listed fifteen century timber framed farm house, rationalising circulation and previous alterations to open up interior and form links and views to the gardens

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With a design approach that mixes conservation with rational improvements and contemporary design alterations to listed buildings and those in a countryside and conservation setting are achieved

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A much loved family home in an estate setting was transformed externally with ceramic tile cladding , new windows and a living area extension designed as a glass box behind a garden wall

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Carefully detailed with exposed and expressed timber structure with stainless steel connections and a roof floating over horizontal windows to the retained garden wall enclosure

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Dining area forms a glazed linked between the existing house and new accommodation with doors that open to the full width leading onto terraces and gardens

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