Engine House

This old engine house on a farm in the outskirts of St Austell, Cornwall has been left in a state of dereliction since the area's mining heyday, its only occupants being the farm's flock of hens. Now the current owners are to renovate the building into a dwelling, and required the preparation of the building regulation drawings and specification.

The engine house refurbishment design combines the retention of its iconic features, such as the gable end arched window and chimney stack, while adding all the elements expected in a modern home. This has required the intricate detailing of elements to improve the external envelope of the building to meet current standards without losing the buildings character and usable space.






Tall Trees Development

The redevelopment of this site and the former town house conversion is an interesting and challenging project, within a Conservation Area.


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Barn Conversion, Luxulyan

A series of connected barns converted to form one three bedroom house. New roofs were designed in a traditional way so that inside the rafters and purlins are exposed below the ceiling.


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New House, Nanpean

A new house built within a tightly constrained, small site.


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