Back Project 1473 Refurbishment and extensions to grade II listed Arts and Crafts house in the Cotswolds. Alterations include a new contemporary pool pavilion building with outdoor heated pool and a new traditional three bay stone garage. A new copper box extension completes the whole house refurbishment. Landscaping alterations include extensive planting, a new tennis […]
Back Project 1475 Extension of a Grade II listed farmhouse in the Cotswolds, conversion of curtilage listed Stables into habitable accommodation and construction of a new Studio. The farmhouse extension uses zinc roofing and oak detailing to provide a lightweight contemporary garden room. The conversion of the stable block combined the reuse of existing internal […]
Back Project 1364 Refurbishment and extensions to grade II listed cottage in the Cotswolds. The new Cotswold rubble stone extension with black charred horizontal timber cladding has full height crittal style screens. A new oak framed detached building provides additional entertainment space. Interior design by Natasha Hidvegi Design Photographs courtesy of www.lukonic.com
Back Project 1439 Alterations, refurbishment and extension to a Cotswolds Farmhouse to form a new Kitchen extension and home cinema. Photographs courtesy of www.lukonic.com
Back Project 1105F Refurbishment and conversion a listed Barn to form a home Library, Art studio and Office in the Cotswolds. Photographs courtesy of www.lukonic.com
Back Project 1403 Alterations, refurbishment and a contemporary extension to a Grade II Listed townhouse in the Costwolds. Photographs courtesy of www.lukonic.com
Back Project 1330 Extensions and total refurbishment of a residential apartment building in the North Oxford Conservation Area.
Back Project 1405 A contemporary replacement dwelling in Cheltenham. Planning Consent was granted for this contemporary 1107 sq. m replacement new house in 2018. The new house comprises extensive living accommodation including a large open-plan Kitchen/Living space, six ensuite Bedrooms, basement entertainment and leisure facilities, garaging for 5 cars and extensive landscaping.
Back The Criterion In 1871 Thomas Verity won an architectural competition for the design of The Criterion in Piccadilly Circus, London. The building contained a Theatre, Ballroom, Bars and Restaurants. For further information, www.criterionrestaurant.com
Back Project 1078 Refurbishments and significant extensions to a converted mill, which had been left derelict for many years. The works included reinstatement of the original mill pond immediately to the rear of the property, involving complex retaining and waterproofing. The building retains a traditional stone frontage onto the adjacent lane, but at the rear […]