Bespoke homes are especially designed to meet the specifications of the person who commissioned them. These are fantastic projects to work on. Please click on the links below to see some of the bespoke builds we have designed.
Pemberley is a stunning contemporary home that is uncompromising in its design, yet sustainable. That is to say that the house is energy efficient by itself, environmentally healthy, respectful to the natural environment, comfortable for family life, built of green materials, and uses alternative energy resources.
Lower Farm Long Crendon is a building that has seen many alterations and additions over the years. As a result the original home became lost so much so that on approaching the cottage.
The design was not without its challenges, the cottage sits in an irregular shaped plot with one side parallel to the street. The solution was to build a two-storey section overlooking the street with a single-storey to the rear of the property to prevent ‘over developing the site’.
A stunning 4 bedroomed home nestled in the Buckinghamshire countryside in the beautiful village of Long Crendon. Floor to ceiling windows take full advantage of the stunning views.
We were approached by our clients to complete a one -off extensive remodel and extension to their existing farm house. Planning permission was acquired for a number of extensions to the property, equating to approximately an additional 4000 sqft, which included triple garage, home office, kitchen / dining and master suite.
A stunning barn conversation that converts three barns into one beautiful family home. The largest of the three barns will feature the central living space. The original internal timber frame will be retained; this will provide a stunning backdrop.
The Old Vicarage is a large, detached, stone building. The property is set in substantial grounds, in an Oxfordshire Conservation area. Following illness, the beautiful split level property forced our client to assess the practicality of their house and look for a creative solution, to ensure they could stay within their family home.
One-off family bespoke home, located in the curtilage of a listed building
Our brief was to create a new bespoke 4-bed home within the grounds of listed building. It needed to fit into the street scene and have views over the westerly facing, open space to the rear.