The ground floor was replanned to open up the existing dining room and kitchen into one open plan space and infill a small area at the back of the house with a very small extension making it possible to make the space a bit longer and to provide a utility room off the kitchen with a separate back door. A new window was added to the kitchen. Comparing the before and after photographs show the huge difference a new layout and careful selection of materials can make to the feeling of space, light, quality and comfort. The new layout greatly enhances family living in this house.
The project include improving insulation and airtightness standards in the areas of the house that we worked on.
The existing sunroom roof and walls were insulated making the room and back of house more comfortable, usable!
We provided a full architectural service on this project.
RIAI Practice accredited in Conservation at Grade 3
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