14/11/2016 Planning Permission Granted

Temple Planning

We recently received planning permission for an extensive renovation and remodelling of a family home in North Oxfordshire. A number of adhoc extensions had created a series of interconnected buildings built over a period of time. As a result the accommodation was poorly laid out and not conducive to a family living environment.

Our scheme seeks to sympathetically enhance the existing house with contemporary additions to bring a cohesion to the overall aesthetic. Internal remodelling will help to improve the flow.

  • IMG_1566 21/07/2017Stripping Back Works at Mount Pleasant have commenced with the one remaining element, the cottage, stripped back to it’s skeletal form. Next up, excavations and a reduced level dig in preparation for the new timber framed extension.
  • simplified copy 18/07/2017Visualisation As we progress through the design stages we use 3D modelling to further understand our experience as we move around the building. These models are exploring the section and how the spaces work together.
  • Site Plan sm 07/07/2017Follow the blog Charlie is currently writing a blog on the Homebuilding & Renovating website about his own self-build in North Oxfordshire. It will be a thorough guide through the process of building from scratch. Click here to start the journey and watch this space
  • Option 2 29/06/2017Busy busy We’ve just submitted a planning application for an old school house in north Oxfordshire. The new scheme replaces two small pitched roof additions with a single, lighter more voluminous space which will provide kitchen and utility for a growing family. The
  • MBF_02 20/06/2017Oxfordshire Farmhouse Design is underway for a new house on a working farm in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Early concepts for the design involve exploring a contemporary spin on the classic English country house. The added challenge is to sensitively engage this with
  • Web07sm 12/06/2017Sneak Preview A sneak preview of a recently completed conversion of a listed 17th century barn. Traditional techniques and natural materials were used to make as light a touch as possible to the existing building, which is the real the star of
  • Proposed East Elevation 06/06/2017Planning Application Submitted Planning has been submitted for a scheme to transform a pair of tired bungalows in Gloucestershire in to a future-proofed family home. The design blends traditional materials with simple, contemporary forms that work with the site’s natural topography. A sensitive
  • IMG_2492 30/05/2017Award Winning Architect! Charlie Luxton Design’s James Renfrew was project and design architect on the Alan Walters Building for the University of Birmingham prior to joining CLD. It has just won a RIBA regional award for Berman Guedes Stretton Architects, his previous employers.
  • 22/05/2017New Show in Production Charlie has started filming for a new show which will hopefully go out to air later this year. Best Laid Plans will follow Charlie trying to navigate the choppy waters that can occur between couples over the decision making needed during
  • 170222_Link with solar shading2 12/05/2017Planning Permission We have just gained planning approval on a project in Oxfordshire where our clients wanted to extend and improve this barn that had originally been converted in the 1990s. The proposal catches the original barn between two related single storey
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