Residential, conservation, new build and alterations
From brief to completion, I offer responsive design and a personal service; keeping my clients’ needs and vision at the heart of the process.
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NEW BUILD PROJECTS
House in Mere
This current project means the demolition of the existing property to build a new house, meeting my clients' brief for a bright and spacious home to accommodate their family.
They want a modern, stylish house with plenty of space and opportunity to work, live and entertain. The balcony and wrap-around bi-fold doors will allow the family to enjoy their attractive garden.
Roof in Edern
This listed cottage on the Llyn Peninsula demonstrates an important example of an early slate roof with chevron slate valleys.
I worked with a leading expert in stone roofs to understand, dismantle and rebuild this roof which had reached a perilous state of decay. Using traditional methods and materials the roof retains its beauty, character and historical interest.
Sea Front Pwllheli
This contemporary extension replaces an old, outdated conservatory and gives an all-year-round space with a strong connection to the outdoors.
Church in Nefyn
The parish council had acquired a grant to transform the church from a poorly heated, hard-wooden-pewed building into a welcoming contemporary place of worship.
The team also want the space to be used by the local community; for meetings, training and events. The glazed multi-purpose rooms housed under columned arches will meet their need for openness, with optional coverings for privacy.
Castle Gallery, Criccieth
When my client took over this gallery, it was in a run down state. The main problem was that the only way to access the extensive upper floors was via a hidden steep staircase.
The addition of a sculptural staircase into the main gallery space immediately draws visitors to the upper floors of what now is a successful and much loved gallery.