Lingwood - Thornham
Commissioned to reinvent a family home that has already hosted 3 generations and hopes to welcome the next one, the brief allowed for the levelling of the family home and the chance to produce the next chapter in their love of being here in Norfolk.
The result is one of our best yet in planning. Engagement with the Parish Council, working with planning and Conservation, applying our knowledge of the local area and designing a traditional house using flint, brick, slate and timber windows, produced a house that will become a very special home to our clients and their family. Due to complete this year we intend to update this project frequently. Working with DACO and Colin Duckworth of Indigo Design Associates and clients who want something very special, this will be just that.
The Yard -
Holme next the Sea
New dwelling for Millthorne Developments set within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Holme next the Sea.
Our latest new dwelling that is soon to rise in a very special setting. The design had to be dramatically evolved to suit the setting and the Parish Neighbourhood plan.
At planning committee we gained unanimous approval - a rare feat for something in this location. This will be a project to follow and we know the result will be a dream home for someone.
Thornleys Barn - Thornham
Extension and Alteration to a family home. Private Client.
Thornley’s Barn new owners wanted to make their own mark on developing the property into a home for their family. Having struggled with planning twice with another designer, we were thrown the gauntlet of not only meeting their brief but addressing the issues of past attempts.
We realised communication with planning and Conservation was key and after early discussions justified our approach. We gained planning on our first attempt, for a proposal that we are looking forward to seeing being delivered soon…
Waterworks Road -
2 new dwellings. Being delivered by Hilltop Builders.
These two houses are substantially built and due for completion in the next few months. The houses are raised due to flood risk which has meant we needed to design 3 levels of accommodation utilising the lower levels for non-habitable uses.
This results in living spaces at the first floor with stunning views to the East but rather than upside down living that usually allows for this, there are also bedrooms on the second floor with even more distant views and setting sun in the West.
Contemporary, coastal twist with traditional form, modern details, local materials and something quite “new” Old Hunstanton.