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Lots of development on this project, including this timber clad extension with flue.
We helped this developer garb a bargain and extend the rear to create lots more space, and value. The kitchen/diner space after the build
A perfect example of how to open up your home and create a smart, bright kitchen space. Bifold doors onto the rear garden. Family space designed and created by EDS. Planning, Building Regulations and Steels.
A single storey rear extension totally transforming the interior living space for our client. EDS took care of planning permission, building regulation approval and steel work design. The layout of this one is quite unusual – not square at all – just so it sits within the footprint of the site. However, it just goes to show what can be achieved in tight spaces because the finished product gives really useful additional kitchen space. One of our personal favourite types on design is with bi-folding doors to two adjoining walls which when both opened can give a fantastic indoor/outdoor […]
A smart example of how one of our designs for a single storey rear orangery extension can totally transform your living space without breaking the bank! Floor plans show the new arrangement. A new open plan kitchen and dining space with contemporary features gave this client an impressive feature room. Bi-folding doors let the outdoor space in! A large roof lantern floods the natural light in keeping this new space bright and spacious.
This traditional cottage had an oak framed glazed sunroom created bringing a fresh modern look to the existing property. Situated in the Peak District National Park, we had to pay attention to the materials and ensure the proposal was in keeping with the area. Floor plans showing the new arrangement. The sunroom allows the outside in with light streaming in from all sides. EDS in house structural team designed the steel frame that supports the oak frame finish. The new sunroom replaced this old flat roof conservatory.
The external appearance along with ergonomics was a big consideration for this project. The client wanted to reinforce the contemporary side of the building by using a smooth white render. It’s a classic example of how this finish can be used to give a very modern clean appearance to an extension, which can also balance out a more traditional finish. Floor plans showing the new interior layout. A symmetrical finish on the build over which created 2 additional bedrooms en suite as well as a huge downstairs living arrangement. Before the transformation! A great example of how a clear […]
An agricultural cow shed has been re-built and transformed using original Derbyshire stone to create a 2-bedroom ancillary dwelling with open plan living space. Floor plans showing the new arrangement. The planners approved this project within Greenbelt land on the condition that the character of the barn be retained in its courtyard setting. We reclaimed the original stone and took extra care with the proposed materials. Before the conversion the old cow shed was overgrown and unused. Due to the condition of the old roof, a new roof was built with Staffordshire Blue roof tiles which matches the surrounding […]
An old detached outbuilding has been totally transformed to become a smart one-bedroom annexe with comfortable living space for accommodation. Floor plans showing the new arrangement. Building into the roof space has created a bedroom with shower room. The roof has been totally replaced with smart tiles to match the host dwelling. Before the conversion, the old detached outbuilding was used as storage/garage. A smart new porch has been created and all the windows and doors upgraded to modern white UPVC. The entire surrounding area has been landscaped and paved to allow for parking giving a smart, clean and […]
It’s a relatively basic layout for this Retirement Bungalow but one that fulfilled all the couple’s requirements. They have been thrilled with the results and are seeing out their days economically and in style! Floor plans showing the new bungalow interior. A lot of work went into sustainability issues around this property and keeping this couple’s energy bills low with good amounts of insulation, solar panels and an air source pump heating system. Before the demolition. Old garages and outbuildings were all removed.