For a Private Client
The proposals are in Stratford-upon-Avon a short distance from the town centre. This 1930’s detached house had a series of previous extensions and renovations completed by the previous owners which were considered not to be sitting in harmony which each. The brief for Harper Architects was to consider the rear elevation as a whole and bring unity within the proposals. We proposed a glass-to-glass corner bifolding door system extension together with internal structural works to create a large open plan kitchen dining space. This modern extension will make a high impact addition tying into the rear elevation and bringing light into the kitchen and dining spaces.
The proposals predominantly use glass providing the corner bifold door system which have floor to ceiling full height panels. Either in its closed or open setting this addition will bring unparalleled views of the landscape and light into the building for the benefit and wellbeing of the current owners. The proposals link the inside and outside spaces and will make a fantastic new addition.
Harper Architects provided design options for consideration by the clients as part of feasibility studies and progressed the design obtaining both Planning and Building Control statutory approvals.