The success of the scheme owes much to the site planning and landscape. The Manor House entrance and long approach to the property ultimately restored the feeling of grandeur that the Hall once had.Read More
As a unique opportunity to create two striking new houses on one of the most desirable mature landscaped locations in Prestbury, we worked closely with Ladson’s to deliver a high quality architectural solution, maximising the secluded garden spaces and presenting attractive elevations.
Prestbury is an affluent village located approximately two miles north of Macclesfield. The site is conveniently located to both Prestbury Village’s local amenities and Prestbury train station.
The layout proposed differs slightly from that of the approved. We are keeping the overall positioning but orientating the properties to face south. This increases the quality of both the interior and exterior spaces whilst still maintaining privacy distances. Both properties are access off the existing driveway. The proposal is to create a shared visitors courtyard, also for deliveries etc, for both properties and then from this you access each plot separately by private driveways. This arrangement also ensures that the dwellings are screened from the existing road network by the mature belt of trees located western boundary.
Overall the proposals have strong architectural merit that will compliment and enhance the character of the road and immediate neighbors. Careful consideration of the site’s constraints and contextual surroundings has been taken into account to ensure that the proposed development responds to the challenges offered. Architecturally led, the scheme creates an intelligent contemporary response to the site.Read More
This property was designed to capitalise on its relationship with outside space. Accommodation is wrapped around the garden allowing daily life to flow seamlessly outdoors. The takes full advantage of the width of the plot and allows sunlight to penetrate deeply throughout, creating a large and brightly lit interior.Read More
Careful consideration of the site and its context, combined with a response to the needs of the residents have all been an essential part of the development of these proposals. This will not only provide a place to improve individual well-being, but also contributes to community cohesion, and supports local businesses. Designed to create a contemporary residence that has a real sense of place within its context, this facility will deliver a much needed provision for supported living.Read More
As part of the Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue service PFI bid we were asked to design a new six appliance bay community firefighting facility and a new Life Skills Centre. Both to be operated individually but will have relatively complimentary uses. Combined with the Life Skills Centre a family of architectural forms and materials are developed to create a homogenous and intelligent solution thoroughly at ease and sympathetic to its environment.Read More
Comprehensive conversion and fit-out of a 20,000ft2 office for a national recruitment company. The brief was to ensure that a dynamic work environment was created to help the company attract the brightest graduates to this business which recruits for the oil, gas and energy sector.Read More
A new-build property, this elegant, two-storey, Georgian style, country mansion replaced a tired 1950s house, itself a replacement for the original fire damaged historic hall. Planning permission was gained through negotiation and the house was commended in the Macclesfield Borough Council Design Awards.Read More
This mixed-use development of 466 units sits on a linear site overlooking the River Mersey for Taylor Woodrow Developments. The architectural challenges presented by the site, which has a strong industrial heritage, but sits within a tight urban grain, offered opportunities to create a scheme that would strive to enhance and celebrate this area.Read More
This SuperHome was a finalist in the residential development category 2017 Northern Design AwardsRead More
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The design for Seven Steps was a direct response to a unique development site, resulting in a stunning property that conveys a contemporary architectural language combining quality materials with the best of modern living spaces.
Undertaken as a joint venture between developer Henderson Homes and our client. Working closely with both parties, the key emphasis was to create a luxury family home on one of the most desirable locations in Wilmslow. This approach resulted in a superb five-bedroom SuperHome, the split-level layout contains a series of flowing 1.5 storey dramatic open plan contemporary spaces suited to modern living.
The proposed leisure centre will provide the community with a new efficient building of high architectural quality. This new building will be identifiable as a significant new public building within the locality and as such will generate income for the area and improve the quality of life for the community. It will certainly make a positive contribution to regeneration in Birmingham.Read More
A new 80,000sq.ft. Headquarters office building for Derbyshire Police and Fire Services, designed to house around 500 staff. The building has been informed by tight site constraints, including an adjacent listed building, a communication mast and the desire to retain as much existing occupied property on site prior to moving.Read More
This development celebrates a fresh, contemporary approach transforming the former White House Hotel site, Lon Pont Morgan, Abersoch into an exciting new Spa Hotel, Bar, Restaurant and Luxury Apartment scheme.Read More
A development that will see a derelict site in Wolverhampton transformed into an inspiring short breaks facility for disabled children and young people has been granted planning permission. We have secured planning permission on behalf of Progress Care Solutions to build the new £1.5m residential development.Read More
A development for Hillcrest Homes and Brookfinch, we were challenged to produce a design for a modern, city-living development on a site with a relatively modest footprint. The result is an innovative scheme of 14 new four-storey homes split ‘back to back’ into two rows of seven, offering a contemporary living space to all homes.
Located in George Leigh Street and Loom Street in the heart of Ancoats, the area is known as ‘Little Italy’ due to Italian immigrants making it their ‘residenza’ when they arrived in the mid-1800s to work in the booming cotton industry.
Surrounding homes have become some of the most coveted addresses in Ancoats, so Calderpeel’s design casts a respectful nod to these historic neighbours while providing a new generation of ‘red brick’ homes.Read More
The design for this family home was a direct response to a unique development site. Working closely with the end-user client, the key emphasis was to create a luxury family home in one of the most desirable locations in Cheshire. The layout contains a series of naturally flowing, contemporary and dramatic, open plan spaces suited to modern living. With its elegant lines, the home blends seamlessly into the landscaped site; the steep roof pitches and full height glazed openings create an elegant blend of traditional local vernacular and contemporary detailing.Read More