Our work at this new build project in West Oxfordshire is nearly done. Close involvement with an engaged and enlightened client has produced a project that we’re very proud of. The new family home sits on the site of an…
The external forms are taking shape at our farm cottage project in Oxfordshire. The Cotswold limestone work has harmonised the old cottage forms with the contemporary extension design using traditional rubble stone.
The windows are in and the cladding is on the exterior of this project in Oxfordshire. The wall linings are going in internally and the concrete hearth has been formed and floated.
Work has recently started on site with stripping out and refurbishing to make way for a more cohesive layout.
This barn conversion in Oxfordshire is reaching it’s final stages; the plastering is done and the kitchen along with other pieces of joinery are being installed.
At our own project here in North Oxfordshire, we’ve employed a clever technique for insulating the outside. This involves creating a continuous layer of insulation therefore reducing thermal bypass. More details can be found here on Charlie’s Blog at Homebuilding & Renovating , along with other posts…
Work has started on transforming the skeleton of an old bungalow which will provide the shell for a new two-storey family home. Window openings frame the views across the countryside beyond as the new polished concrete flooring goes down.
As work on site continues this barn is stripped back to its bare bones to reveal the beautiful original structure which will be expressed in its final form.
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.
The builders have started building work on this barn conversion in Oxfordshire. Exciting times as they begin the transformation of this amazing space – the existing purlins and trusses will be retained and expressed in the final design. First things first…