Three Pines | Worcestershire

The project involved the complete refurbishment, modernisation and extension to a 1930's detached bungalow in Malvern, Worcestershire. Works included demolition of the rear of the property to be replaced by a new larch clad extension, forming a new canopy with a stretched raised deck to access views of the Malvern Hills. Internal re-modelling added a master bedroom and ensuite, first floor loft conversion and an open plan kitchen / Living / Dining room. The material pallet consisted of  a new slate roof, dark grey aluminium windows, larch cladding both oiled and burnt and completed with landscaping works to the front and rear of the property.

The client's key priority within the brief was to produce a modern, contemporary design whilst also featuring key pieces of antique furniture and art to create a juxtaposition within the property. The grey tones of the slate roof and landscaping were mirrored internally with the new kitchen and ensuite furniture. The use of oak in the doors and floors further reinforced the clients desire for a nature material pallet. The existing design of the front elevation was bland and lacking in any detail. A new dropped sill central window was incorporated to maximise the client's views of the Malvern Hills. The front elevation, garage and porch were treated with the same vertically clad larch to balance the modern design of the rear extension.

Professional Photography | Courtesy of Samuel L Legge Photography.

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