The exterior envelope of the Studio is taking shape and now blending in to the Village setting. The landscaping and decking area is all that remains with works planned for the next few weeks.
Building on the success and design of the development further down the hill, a planning application has been submitted for a new residential redevelopment for 8 apartments and new dwelling.
The successful completion of this residential development project at the base of Cumnor Hill, Oxford. The redevelopment replaces a single dwelling with nine apartments creating a building which contributes positively to the street scene.
Planning permission has now been granted for the change and use and extension to this historic property in Oxford. The image shows the development of the physical model and final design.
We had the pleasure of visiting a previous project in Dartmoor. At the base of the monumental Cosdon Hill, the floating roof creates a fascinating view of the hill side and vantage point for the incoming and changeable weather. A transformation, work in progress, of an unremarkable bungalow into a home that responds to its place.
Hawthorne House has been put forward for consideration for a Oxford Preservation Trust award for its contribution to enhancing its immediate environment and enjoyment of Warneford Meadow, a Town Green public open space.
The replacement dwelling and self build using SIP panels with dry stone cladding, commenced a year ago, nears completion. The commanding position and views towards Otmoor Nature Reserve can be enjoyed fully from the flying bridge.
As the Bakery in Steventon nears completion, it is a good time to celebrate and remember the oak frame without any cladding.