We were approached by the client with a very clear brief for this project which was to transform the building’s façade. The 1970’s bungalow had a distinct Spanish appearance with a low pitch Spanish pantile roof, timber effect PVC arched windows, white external render and a pantile topped boundary wall.
The project included removing the existing roof coverings and replacing with a new slate roof, cladding the building with Siberian Larch pre-finished at the factory for longevity and new bespoke timber windows/doors in newly squared openings and painted white.
By removing the pantile coping from the garden wall and cladding with flint this created a neutral sheltered boundary to the patio area.
|Location||Suffolk Coastal Town|
|Partners||Tim Moll Architecture (Architect), G C Robertson & Associates Ltd (Engineer)|