Architectural Building Design Services were engaged to design a single-storey garden room extension to the rear of a period 1920s property.
The extension was built directly on the side boundary and close to a mature tree located on the neighbouring property.
As the original house had been kept in it's original condition both internally and externally, a suitable sympathetic design was called for. It was important to provide some brickwork detailing to compliment the existing dwelling and the use of Welsh slate for the mono-pitch roof and timber windows and French doors.
The Client is a keen lover of wildlife and plans to use the extension to enjoy the wildlife on his garden. The roof space of the extension incorporated bird and bat boxes with the entrances to these boxes discreetly incorporated into the brickwork detailing.
The end result was very successful with another happy Client.