The client bought the property in summer 2021 having fallen in love with the Victorian design and its external features. Having lived in the property through a winter and realising the insulation properties of the home we severely lacking, along with realising the layout was not optimal they approach us to interrogate the available opportunities before looking at selling the home.
We undertook an initial feasibility study to look at how we could rework the existing layout, we worked in both 2D, 3D and Virtual Reality to convey the designs and different iterations to the client.
Following the feasibility we were appointed to move the project forward, with the clients deciding to stay in the home they had fallen in love with and improve the space so it worked for them. During the detailed and technical design we also explore the options for improving the thermal qualities of the property.
The proposals included remodelling the kitchen / sitting / dining room and opening up the rear wall to create a new connection with the patio and garden beyond - allowing more natural light to spill into the most used room of the home.
The finished scheme will improve the layout, flow, internal comfort, and overall enjoyment of their home. The proposal enhances the rear of the property, and improves their connections between garden and kitchen, creating a high-quality contemporary addition to their family home.