Maidstone, Kent


This proposal for a new four bedroom family home is designed to relate to the architectural style of the surrounding agricultural dwellings whilst maintaining a degree of modernity.


The lounge has a vaulted roof and the kitchen/ dining area provides an open plan family area.

Folkestone, Kent


This comprehensive refurbishment transforms a traditional 3 bedroom Victorian terrace into a modern family home.  The scheme involves a modest entension together with the creation of a fourth bedroom within the roof space.


This project maximises daylight to the internal space.  A large dormer is added to the roof with a juliet balcony; Structural glass rooflights within the balcony floor allows large amounts of daylight to penetrate the family area.




This side and rear extension to a 1930s detached house in Bexleyheath is designed to provide additional living and sleeping space whilst maintaining the aethetic of the original building.


A single storey rear extension provides a light and spacious family room leading out to the rear garden.

Peckham Rye


This brownfield development on two adjacent sites was part of the ongoing regeneration of Peckham.  The scheme delivers 74 apartments over 7-8 storeys for private sale, affordable housing and a copper clad penthouse.


The design inserts a modern building within a varied architectural context; external facades that reinterpret the contextual materials in a modern way; and varied height and depth reflecting the mix of building forms in the area.

Hempstead, Kent


Through a loft conversion to an existing large bungalow, the existing living area is dramatically improved.  The proposal involves removal of the existing roof trusses to create space for four double bedrooms, bathroom, two ensuites and a dressing room.