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Fresh Lick Of Paint

Even changing something as relatively simple as the colour of paint on your listed building will likely require consent from you friendly local building authority.

Here’s a quick rendering completed earlier today to accompany a listed building application for exactly that.

Original Photo
Photo taken on site – Weary DIY store paint.
Original WC
Rendering of the existing – Provides a blank canvas
Grey WC
Rendering of the proposed. Traditional yet contemporary greys, white and silvered oak provided by Farrow&Balls ‘plummet’ and ‘off black’ exterior paints and the homes existing timber door. In our opinion it compliments the building and its red brick boundary very nicely, as well as well as really ‘popping’ against the greens of the surrounding landscape.

Public Space Sketches

A quick set of sketches for the revitalisation of some local public space.

Increasing the viability/sustainability of a much loved local resource with some additional covered (both permanent and temporary) external space.

This development along with three new sites, a selection of small works and ongoing projects means January (and 2019) is set to be a busy one.

 

Happy Halloween!

Just a quick message to say

Happy Halloween!

We hope you’re ready for the big night, in the meantime www.CLOCKWORKLIME.com have a treat for you!

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(see what we did there!?)