The interior spaces in our extension to a 70′s bungalow at Gog Magog are nearing completion.
The scheme provides a series of linked spaces that step down to follow the slope of the site, to provide a new dining room and living room within a light and airy interior of varying height and dimension. The back wall of the existing house, against which a new staircase rises, plays an important part in the overall composition. Exposed timber beams and rafters support a mono-pitch roof that refers back to the timber-framed medieval hall and a continuous glazed roof at the junction with the house brings natural light to the back of the space to ensure decent lighting levels in the original rooms.”
Work has started on site at Storey’s Way. The progress photos illustrate the partial demolition of the side of the house to make way for an exciting series of new spaces.
Our scheme for a new house off de Freville Avenue, in the West Chesterton Conservation Area, was unanimously voted for planning approval last week. The building has been designed as an L-shaped plan with a south facing courtyard shaded by a mature horse chestnut tree. The combination of a timber structural frame, high levels of insulation, extensive roof lighting and a wood burner should ensure that the building has a low energy consumption.
Up, up and away! The up-and-over glazed unit was lifted into place at Hills Avenue on Monday this week.
The ground floor cladding is almost complete and decorations are well under way in Sedley Taylor Road.
We have produced an interior model of a simple garden room at Storeys Way, Cambridge.
The scaffolding has been struck, revealing the earthy roman brickwork. The under-floor heating is going in and the pizza oven has been installed.
The play of light against walls animates the space at our recently completed small extension in Newnham. Andrew Adams of Adams and Newman have delivered a very well finished project yet again !