Description: LMA Architects were appointed to design a replacement new build four-bedroom detached dwelling. The clients brief required open-planned living accommodation with basement parking, swimming pool, steam room / sauna and amenity space taking advantage of the southerly harbour aspect.
The building has been designed to have two distinct characteristics. One side facing Pearce Avenue (front elevation) is more traditional in nature and responds to the tree-lined approach and character of the street scene, whereas the rear of the property is contemporary in appearance with striking wrapping balconies, zinc cladding and glazing that maximise the fantastic views over Poole Harbour whilst sheltering the residents from the coastal elements.
Planning consent was granted in March 2018, detailed design and working drawings are underway. Construction is due to commence on site in May 2018 with the contractor Urban Homes.
Conversion into residential apartments required a sensitive approach respecting the existing buildings Art Deco inspired architecture.
By Octagon, a privately owned British company focusing on prime areas of London. Each build of bespoke and unique character.
These stunning new homes by Caleb Developments are a stone’s throw from the Blue Flag beaches of Southbourne.
LMA Architects were appointed to design a replacement new build four-bedroom detached dwelling.
Modern high efficiency gas heating systems with mechanical ventilation and heat recovery.
8 large, two and three bedroom apartments with enviable sea views on one of the South Coasts most desirable roads
Wood burning fire installed. Air pressure test of less than 5 achieved. Flat roof area exceeded requirements with a U-Value of 0.13 using Xtratherm Insulations.
21 unit Retirement block in Wareham Dorset for Renaissance Retirement Ltd
38 unit retirement flats for Renaissance retirement in Paignton Devon.
A modern building constructed with a traditional build with increased insulations and thermal blocks to surpass Building Regulation requirements.
2 Traditional Styled and constructed Bungalows to fit in with surrounding architecture. External walls constructed with 125mm Cavities with 75mm Insulation installed to further improve thermal values.
A pair of brand new luxury houses. Both 3 story built. Both built using ICF (Insulated Concrete Formwork) very high thermal values.
Having previously worked with Oxfordshire architects Meda on a similar project for Nissan, Thermal and Acoustics Solutions Ltd were instructed to advise on and carry out the BREEAM assessment for a new Skoda showroom for GGT Estates in Canterbury.