Portfolio

Alchemilla Water Feature


The installation of this magnificent water feature in May 2016 designed by renown artist, William Pye. Situated just to the left of ‘Henman Hill’ at Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club. The project required total precision and attention to detail, all carried out under immense time pressure for opening by the HRH Duke of Kent.

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Clubhouse at Hurtwood Park Polo Club


Set in a stunning location in 180 acres of parkland in the Surrey Hills, this beautiful building was constructed from an 18thCentury barn which was purchased by the proprietor years before for one day when he would secure planning for a clubhouse on his polo grounds.

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Old barn


Extension and remodelling of a sixteenth century barn. Project involved demolition of a single storey rear extension added to this Arts and Crafts barn in the early 1900s and the construction of a high tech, contemporary design drawn by Richard Ashby Partners. The finished building was later on nominated for an RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) award.

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Cedarwood


Redevelopment of a site originally comprising a farm manager’s residence in to a contemporary green oak framed house.

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Shire Cottage


Construction of a new home in the sensitive area of South Downs National Park, immediately neighbouring Jane Austen’s house in Chawton.

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Pool house


Construction of a pool house with sauna in West London.

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Gurdons House


A complete refurbishment and extension of this Georgian style property comprising of 7 bedrooms as well as a new garden cottage. The extension accommodated an extra bedroom, bathroom and cinema.

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Extension to property overlooking Cranleigh Common


A sympathetic extension was required by the clients to this semi-detached property which sits in a charming hamlet of character homes along the stretch of a narrow lane overlooking Cranleigh Common.

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