This tired and damp 16th Century Farmhouse is situated in a beautiful part of wales, a rural and quiet home that we are proposing to turn into a cosy family home with a attached guest suite. We are lining it internally to optimise its thermal efficiency as well as installing a ground source heat pump.
We were commissioned to renovate this beautiful old Georgian house and convert it into a bed and breakfast. We have made the most of its period features and helped this lovely B&B become a really is a fantastic place to stay! We highly recommend you go and find out for yourself.http://www.bishopscastlebedandbreakfast.co.uk/
This project sees the restoration of a former engine house, Grade II listed and in a state of disrepair. Our clients are seeking to create a fantastic piece of residential architecture which complements and sympathises with the existing derelict structures. All of the existing openings save for the door to the old boiler house have been […]
Greenspace Architects were appointed to bring a derelict Grade II listed home back in to use as a family dwelling whilst improving thermal comfort and reducing its carbon footprint. The property had widespread dry and wet rot following years of neglect, requiring extensive timber treatment and stripping back before work could begin to re-instate modern […]
Greenspace Architects were offered an opportunity to transform a deconsecrated chapel into “Somewhere that was both a home and a workplace, somewhere that both respected its original use and function, but somewhere which was also innovative and contemporary.” With the building set into a steep north-facing slope, getting light – particularly direct sunlight – into […]