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5 May '17

North Oxfordshire architectural build

Works are now complete on our 6,500 sqft North Oxfordshire architectural build. With the client now happily settling into their new home we are delighted to bring you some of the initial completion photos.

The architectural build
This wooded and lawned area of land has now been transformed into a beautiful home. We worked closely with the local council and designed the property to sit sympathetically in this conservation area, using natural and high-quality materials to create an understated exterior and an eye-catching interior. Large mature trees surround the plot and we have captured axial views throughout the house, creating a shifting and beautiful perspective as the seasons change.

An excellent mix of large entertaining spaces and family rooms and a formal dining room and sitting room have been included and designed to work together as an open space if required. Below the master suite is a family room and kitchen diner which overlook the gardens. Traditional coursed rubble stone has been used for the formal areas, and the oak structure used in the family areas will weather into place and become silver in colour.

Energy-saving technologies
Every available space in this architectural build has been used including the attic and basement areas which add additional bedrooms to the property. Energy-saving technologies have been used throughout, making the home easy and efficient to maintain. These will all be upgradable in the future as technology changes. 

An impressive double story shaft runs through the property as the main corridor, providing the wonderful principal axial view. The double-height entrance hall is filled with dappled light, so the owners can continue to enjoy the outside landscape while inside the house.   

Now view the images of this architectural build.