Calvert Gardens, Exec, Dorking
Two idividual 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom executive homes reflecting the charm of the Arts & Crafts movement
Calvert Gardens, Dorking
Four 3 bedroom character homes – all reserved within three weeks
Cleveland Court, West Humble
Eleven houses and four apartments set in 4 idillic acres of communal parkland grounds in Westhumble, Dorking.
WINNER – BEST DEVELOPMENT 2009 Dorking & District Preservation Society
Dawson Cottages, Shamley Green
A pair of Grade II listed cottages, Shamley Green Surrey, completely renovated and extended to create two 3 bedroom homes.
The completed project was nominated by Waverley Borough Council for 2007 design award for ‘best refurbishment’.
6 bedroom Arts & Crafts style house set in 1.5 aces near Guilford
‘…my favourite is the combined coat rack and shelf, with a boot bench below, like something from a nursery school cloakroom. There is a slimline radiator behind to warm the coats and boots in winter. Another inspired detail is the laundry chute in the main bathroom. Cleverly desguised as a laundry basket, it leads through the floor to a fitted cupboard beside the washing machine.’
The Sunday Telegraph
Carlton Drive, Putney
Private residential scheme comprising 47 apartments in two existing Victorian Villas and two 4 storey blocks set in a walled garden landscape, with underground car parking.
‘Just when you thought the flat couldn’t re-invent itself again, a new idea takes hold. This time it has popped out, like a winter-flowering bloom, in the streets of Putney. It is an old idea in new form. A thing of light and pleasure and warmth, it allows you to grow lemons in winter in London in a backstreet. It is the miniature suspended winter garden…’
10 Residential units of 3-6 bedroomed houses on a 2.5 acre site in the middle of Wimbledon Common
‘Each house is beautifully proportioned with unusual circular hallways and landings, through which an elegant elliptical staircase rises to a circular skylight…’
The Sunday Times
‘Distinctive with its Dutch gable, the houses are extraordinary inside, with an elliptical staircase dramatically rising the full three storeys in a hallway flooded with light from the skylight dome…’