Stone Work

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.


This cottage near Burford has been re-roofed, re-pointed and under-pinned. Short of being totally re-built, the corner of the building has been removed to make way for a large window opening for what will become the snug. The concrete slab for the extension

Stripping 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.

Project on Site

The first steps in transforming this early Victorian farmhouse are evident as the ‘carbuncles’ are removed to reveal the original building.

Detail Design continues at August House

We have worked on this render image to investigate the detail design of the galvanised steel solar shading for the single storey flat roof extension at August House.  The extension forms part of the living room and covered external seating


Our project near Burford has received planning permission.  This means we can move on to the more technical design stage which will include PHPP modeling and the additional detailing and specification required to help create a low energy dwelling. The