New House, Tywardreath

A new house within Tywardreath - it had to bridge the gap between the original cottages of the Conservation Area on one side and post-war bungalows on the other. The approved design has traditional timber windows and a slate roof, two storeys in height, stepping down to a single-storey kitchen and garage, all of which meet with the design constraints of the Conservation Area.

Building Type

HousingListed and Conservation

Services Provided

ArchitecturePlanning






Tresillian Gym and Spa

The project involved refurbishment and conversion of an existing grain store into a fitness suite/spa in the grounds of a Grade II Listed Building.


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New House, Lostwithiel

A new house of traditional design within the Conservation Area of Lostwithiel, sited in a prominent location at the junction of two roads.


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Replacement Dwelling

The client wished to create a modern, light filled, energy efficient and low maintenance property whilst providing an adequate and adaptable living space. The existing bungalow was in a poor state of repair. It was poorly insulated and expensive to heat with no architectural merit.


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