A few snaps from site last week, when it wasn’t raining…
The project incorporates a Class Q conversion of an existing agricultural barn. As part of Class Q the existing frame must be retained. So we have decided not only to retain the existing steel work but to show it off, making it a prominent part of the internal space.
After much consultation and negotiation, CWL has gained permission for the redecoration of a grade II listed home in rural Essex utilising Farrow & Ball, Manor House Gray No.265 for the Render etc and Farrow & Ball, Off Black No.57 for the Fenestration and Timber Work.
Please see the link below for our initial justification statement
Sketches and initial plans for a new build project we are currently working on in rural Suffolk. The aim here is to present the road facing elevation as a modest ‘traditional’ style cottage, which then opens up into a more ‘contemporary’ living space as you progress through the home.
Taking a look at a completed project from late last year (construction finished in October 2018). The build didn’t go exactly to plan, with an estimate 14 week build time coming in closer to 24. But most importantly, the client is very happy with the result and so are we.
A swift digital water colour for an on going project in rural Essex. The image depicts an increased unit density for a previously approved housing development, while maintaining the aesthetic agreed by the local planning authority.