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WRABNESS

Location: Suffolk

Type: Replacement house

Stage: Planning approval  




Designed to resemble a small group of farm buildings, this bespoke new family home sits elegantly among neighbouring converted barns. The main envelope takes the shape of two barn-style blocks linked by a glazed entrance hall and conservatory. The double height space to the rear contains modern dining and kitchen areas with a study, set above the dining room bay, taking full advantage of the views to the Stour Estuary. Between the blocks, and opposite the entrance hall, is a fully glazed conservatory with full width bi folding doors leading to a sheltered terrace area


ST. JOHN STREET

Location: Islington - London

Type: Office roof extension

Stage: Planning approval  





The extension will provide additional floor space for the third floor office/studio units on mezzanines. Behind the sloping front roof, the extension will have a flat roof, set below the tile creasing of the existing chimneys. The rear facades of the extension will be clad semi-reflective metal panels to give a lightweight appearance and maximize light. As this project is located within a conservation area it has been carefully designed to not affect the light or outlook from surrounding properties. Crucially, it will be 'invisible' from the street.


ST. JOHN STREET

Location: Islington - London

Type: Office rear extension 

Stage: On site





In the revised design the mezzanine floor and roof enclosure are set back from the boundary with Stable Court so as not to be visible. The revised design will not be visible and will have no impact on the Conservation Area.  


BRITANNIA ROAD

Location: Fulham - London

Type: Residential refurbishment 

Stage: On site


KINGSLAND ROAD 

Location: Dalston - London

Type: Residential development 

Stage: 

AWAITING PLANNING 

This pre-application submission is essentially to establish the principle of change of use and redevelopment of the site. In order to ascertain the best strategy for this much underused Brownfield site we have explored two approaches, both largely residential in nature. One option is for a denser proposal - a mixed use scheme with more smaller units in the form of flats; the second option is less dense with larger, family sized units in the form of mews houses. It is hoped that the pre app response will establish the Council's preferred mix.


PARK STREET  

Location: Bristol

Type: Residential development 

Stage: Planning Approval  



Address

104c St John Street, EC1M 4EH 

Telephone

020 7336 7884

Email

info@dsparchitecture.co.uk

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