We have now completed phase 2 of our contracted oak framed project in the ancient village of Sulby, Leicestershire.
After completing phase 1 last year (please see Sulby extension case study) the clients were keen to complete the project with the phase 2 build.
This consisted of a simple oak framed extension to their already large front room which, when complete, gave them full views of the beautiful estate gardens.
Not only have they benefitted from the use of the new space internally, externally the existing house now looks more balanced with a larger footprint.
With the simple elements of oak & glass ,we have created a a light functional space that helps tie the dynamic use of the floor space together with phase 1.
The external existing deck was enhanced with simple oak newels and a glass handrail/ balustrade giving a contained seating area that is easily accessed through the main pedestrian hand made oak door or the oak bi-folds dependent on weather conditions.
With phase 1 & 2 complete, we are now talking about the possibility of enhancing or rebuilding the adjacent garages which would really complete the entire package.