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Ashlar Court 3

Ashlar Court, London

Built in 1933 by Burnet,Tait and Lorne this was a Grade II listed former Royal Masonic Hospital Nurses home. Winning the RIBA Gold Medal for best building of the year in 1933, it features nautical style curved sun porches and balconies which reflected the modernist ideals of the day. Built in an Art Deco style […]

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Wroxeter 1

Wroxeter, Shropshire

This scheme proposed a new extension and a dramatic visual transformation to create a contemporary house within the confines of a 1960s 3 bed dormer bungalow. Situated within the grounds of the fourth largest city in Roman Britain ‘Viroconium’ or Wroxeter, the property is within the boundary of a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Alongside approval required […]

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Kingsland 5

Frankwell, Shrewsbury

This was a Grade II listed Georgian four storey dwelling; it had been poorly maintained and had fallen into disrepair. Listed Building consent was required to insert new roof lights, external flues and the change of paint colour to the front façade. The roof needed refurbishing and due to the lack of maintenance the existing […]

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