Replacement Casement Windows In A Conservation Area
04 March 2016
Built in the Edwardian style in a conservation area, this home is a spacious 3000sq ft. home, 4 stories high with classical proportions including high ceilings, gracious reception rooms at first floor level and a kitchen/family room in the basement. The window style is typical of the Edwardian period: the emphasis on long casement windows with awnings above.
Brook Community Primary School
20 August 2015
Brook Community Primary School required all existing windows to be replaced with historically accurate replicas in line with the strict policy of the local conservation listing.
Oatlands College Secondary School for Boys
19 August 2015
Oatlands College serves as a secondary school for boys and was constructed in the early 1900’s. It is a large scale redbrick building and has a typical Georgian profile with classical sliding sash 6 over 6 window proportions.
Inspirational Arts and Crafts New Build Family Home
08 July 2015
Having purchased the land in Warwickshire, the owners wanted to demolish the existing neglected 19th Century property and replace it with a family home that was more in keeping with the surrounding area and that took full advantage of the magnificent landscape and panoramic views. The family had a very detailed brief. They wanted a traditional style home with all the commodities of modern living and they also wanted their home to be highly energy efficient with a view of…
Eton College - New Bekynton Field Development
29 April 2015
In order to expand and update Eton College’s facilities and buildings , a magnificent new Quadrangle with a new central courtyard known as the Bekynton Field Development was proposed. This space is designed to house Modern Languages, Politics, Economics and Divinity as well as a 300 seat Lecture Theatre and an Exhibition Gallery to accommodate the College’s antiquities and collections. As Eton College is situated within a conservation area it was imperative the new development followed the same Classical architecture…
Historical Window Replacement at London Primary School
20 October 2014
Burbage Primary School in Hackney, London required full historical window replacement of over 200 windows as part of the Primary Schools Modernisation programme.