Westerton Conservation Area - Modern Extension

Project Brief

The existing house is within the Westerton Conservation area. As such any extension had to be sensitively designed. The rear of the property is complicated by a gable ended wash house extension, a dormer, gable end, and various openings. The new spaces are required to provide an open plan kitchen dining area opening onto the garden. A new annex provides a small studio space or spare bedroom with ensuite. The forms are a response to the context and use a mixed palate of materials such as zinc, slate and rendered block work with a SiPs (structural insulated panels construction).

Planning permission was acquired in 2017.

Modern Extension Render
Modern Extension Drawing
Modern Extension Drawing

“Organic architecture seeks superior sense of use and a finer sense
of comfort, expressed in organic simplicity.”

Frank Lloyd Wright – Architect


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