Dye Tabrett Architects


This 1960’s house is on a large, mature plot.  The brief was to demolish the existing flat-roof garage and extend two storeys to the side to provide utility room and games/family room.  The first floor extended the bedrooms to form study spaces.  The original stained cedar cladding was replaced with new natural cedar boarding that wrapped around the new extension to create an updated appearance.  Thermal performance has been increased to meet modern standards.  Second and third phases include extending the living room and entrance hall and a new conservatory for the rear of the house.