This project involved the extension and conversion of three listed cottages to make two living units.
Materials were chosen to maintain the period look: half bricks from Lambs, Faversham to maintain the appearance of Flemish Bond in a cavity wall, purpose-cut weather-boarding and traditional pantiles.
The modern rear extensions, however, had a complementary look with copper roofs and aluminium powder-coated sliding doors.
The finished product featured in Grand Designs Magazine.
“the refurbishment of three existing listed cottages with rear extensions to the total value of £400,000…involved some very complicated works and coordination which he executed with a great deal of care and diligence. The scheme..formed part of an exhibition for the Dulwich Society which is a tribute to his skill and hard work”
Richard Wilkinson, architect.