New Build House, Bradford on Avon

A project that looks to capitalize on the fantastic views; causing minimal impact on the surrounding environment as to not detract from the landscape. The ground floor consists of an elegant glass box, designed to almost disappear from view as it reflects the carefully crafted land in which it sits. Above this, as if floating, […]

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Modern Extension, Buckinghamshire

The bland exterior of the original house offered us the opportunity of a blank canvas. Our scheme works to unveil the buildings character, opening the house up to the garden to make the most of the stunning views, whilst transforming the poorer later additions to the rear elevation into a sculptural piece of architecture. The […]

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1960’s Retrofit House, Staffordshire

This project turns a bland, boxy, much extended 1960’s dormer bungalow into a stunning, thermally-efficient modern family house by subtly reorganising the interior and complete over cladding with timber-based panels, zinc long strip and new composite aluminium windows and doors. The principal idea moves the stair to the front and the entrance below the central […]

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The Hollies, Ellesmere, Shropshire

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 […]

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Courtyard House, South Wales

Courtyard House, South Wales

The clients wanted a house that wrapped itself around a courtyard, sitting at the foot of a mountain with stunning views down the valley. They regularly hold dinner parties for 20+ people so large and luxurious open plan areas were a requirement.Inspired by the form of the Mountain at the foot of which the site […]

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Chapel Conversion, North Wales

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 […]

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Proposed Eco Village, West Midlands

Proposed Eco Village, West Midlands

This scheme integrates landscape, buildings and energy generation in a single, low impact seamless whole that will be an asset to an existing fragmented village, giving the area the focus and amenities it needs. 74 dwellings are proposed together with a community hall, shop, cafe, live/work and commercial units set within an extensive public realm […]

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