EXTENSIONS, LOFTS & LISTED BUILDINGS
Scroll down to see examples of our extensions, loft conversions, and listed building work. Budgets range from £20k to over £1m.
Extensions, loft conversions and renovations come in all shapes, sizes and tastes, from traditional to contemporary designs.
We work with you along the design process, produce drawings for planning permissions, building regulations, and detail design. We can find builders to do the work and set up building contacts.
We also work directly with builders, project managers and developers.
We work throughout Sussex, Surrey, Kent and Hampshire.
For a full list of our planning applications in Brighton and Hove see Brighton & Hove Planning Register.
Please call us on 07807 459 350 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a free site visit, or just to chat about your project in more detail.
LARGE HOUSE RENOVATION WITH EXTENSIONS, LOFT CONVERSION GARAGE AND POOL, BRIGHTON
Contract value £1m +
This major project evolved over a number of years. Working closely with the client we advised on the best approach to gain the necessary planning consents and developed the design to the clients retirements. We undertook all technical building drawings and detail design and modeled some areas in where necessary. We tendered for the client to find builders and administrated the building contract.
Very much a team effort throughout, the design developed with the clients clear brief and creative input and during the build the excellent technical and product knowledge of the builder, helped create a beautiful home mixing traditional and contemporary elements.
Large House Brighton Renovation
Multiple extensions, whole house renovation and large attic conversion. With garden room and roof terrace.
Glass gable viewing window
Provides amazing views to the coast, connecting the viewer to the surroundings
Oak and brick detailing and lightwell
The exposed contemporary use of materials add character, with additional light well added to bring light to the rear of the room. The lightwell is set up to be viewed from both sides and to house a feature sculpture
Design development drawings
showing side and garden room extensions
Newel post to the attic conversion
specially made to in with the existing staircase detailing
Light well form hallway
The light well brings in light to a connecting hallway, exposed materials inside help the two spaces connect
Bespoke solid oak stairs
Along with the curved handrail and glass balustrade give a contemporary feel to traditional materials
Light over the stairs
Rooflights positioned over the stairs provide natural light and a feeling of space
Window seat with storage
Window seats are the ideal place to provide additional storage and create quite spaces to enjoy the garden
Brighton house shown from the front garden
This shows the loft conversion, and garden room extensions
looking out to a courtyard
Bespoke design for the roof terrace made by local craftsmen
Views over the coast and a multi function open space
additional rooflights positioned to provide light without reducing privacy
Front gate design
Designed to blend with the roof terrace railings
The original Mock Tudor details were retained in some areas to retain the original character.
Stairs to lower ground
The stairs are surrounded by glass elements to bring light in where needed and create a sense of space
The layout helps retain access to the roof terrace through the light open space
3d design development
showing garden room and side extensions
Brighton house multiple extensions
Showing the new side and rear extensions
BUNGALOW RENOVATION WITH LOFT CONVERSION AND THREE STOREY EXTENSION, BRIGHTON
Contract value approx £130k
A standard detached 1950's brick bungalow with a great view and dropping down to the rear garden allowed a lot of scope in the design. We designed a contemporary extension at the rear with chestnut cladding and projecting window seat.
Converting a the loft area allowed the bedrooms to move upstairs and create a huge living space on the ground floor. In addition we created a lower ground floor music room with sound reducing lining and patio doors onto the garden.
Extension Brighton Window Seat
three storey extension Brighton with loft conversion, the window seat provides a relaxed space to view the valley beyond the garden
Rooflights align with windows
Extension Brighton the stairs descend to the new music room
Rear Elevation of Three Storey Extension Brighton
Timber cladding is chestnut with waterproofed open joints, the timber will weather over time
Viewing Window Seat
Connects the house to the garden below.
Rooflights over stairs
A side entrance at the lower level provides access to the garden
A SELECTION OF EXTENSIONS, LOFT CONVERSIONS, WORK ON LISTED BUILDINGS, INTERIOR DESIGN AND RENOVATIONS
Some examples of simple single storey extensions, two storey extensions, infill extensions and lower ground floor extensions needing existing house underpinning.
Also shown are loft conversions, a contemporary insert into a listed building, and office interior design project.