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A radical house refurbishment in Hampshire

Friday, July 10th, 2015

Modern house refurbishment hamphire

 

 

 

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Our refurbishment of a tired bungalow into a stunning modern home is now complete. Wow, what a transformation. The result is not only a larger, more functional home. It is now a beautiful place to live, full of light, volume and new dynamic relationships with the garden. This project really demonstrates the power of a visionary client and good design to create great architecture.

 

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beautiful modern kitchen snug architects

 

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modern timber cladding

The evening sun at Wayside

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

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Beautiful extension by Snug Architects

Another beautiful extension nears completion

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Our beautifully sleek extension to a detached Edwardian property in the Winchester Conservation Area is nearing completion. The full width glazing creates a garden room that opens views to the rear garden and beyond. @FinelineAl windows sit under a zinc roof creating a simple and refined aesthetic that complements the refurbishment of the period property. We can’t wait to see the finished project and will have new images soon.

That is how to save money

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

I arrived at site this week to discover an encampment at the bottom of the garden. It turned out to be the client and their family. Now that is how to save money. They have elected to move into tents in the garden rather than hiring a house for the duration of the work. A bold move and no doubt one that will create amazing memories. I took my hard hat off to them!

AJ Small Projects Awards 2013 – click, click, click.

Saturday, December 29th, 2012

Snug Projects has entered our uber cool extension at Ranelagh Road in Winchester into the AJ Small Projects Awards 2013. To see the pictures take a look at http://www.ajbuildingslibrary.co.uk/projects/display/id/6304
The more clicks we get the higher up the charts so feel free to let your friends know about it and get clicking. We will do our best to remind the London crowd that there is Architecture beyond the M25!

The Pines gets planning permission

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Our proposal for a contemporary extension to The Pines in Winchester has received planning permission from Winchester City Council. Well done Simon for a job well done.

11 Godwin Close gets planning permission

Wednesday, July 4th, 2012

We are pleased to announce that planning permission has been granted for this contemporary refurbishment and extension to a house in Winchester.

Ranelagh Road is complete

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

Strong relationship with the garden

Contextual but contemporary

New images of the completed extension at Ranelgh Road are now on our website. www.snugprojects.co.uk

The quintessential extension

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Modern Extension in Winchester by Snug Projects

 

Views to the garden

We have recently had the opportunity to return to our extension at Fordington Avenue in Winchester to see it inhabited. This is in many ways the quitessential modern extension with a strong inside outside relationship, well configured open plan family spaces and a modern aesthetic. More images can be found on our website.

Innovative Extension, Winchester

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Frameless Glass Window Seat

 

Snug Projects have just finished this contemporary extension to a house in the Winchester Conservation Area. The clients are very pleased and so are we. The brief set us the challenge of designing a two storey extension at the rear of the property with views of the trees at the front of the house. Our solution peels the bedroom wall away from the existing gable, opening up a slot of glass with views to the front. This shift in geometry brings the added benefit of increased space in the bedroom. We then eek out alittle more view and a little more space through an innovative frameless glass window seat that allows long distance views across the city, without allowing overlooking of the neighbour, a key planning constriant. This is a good example of Snug’s approach to creating opportunity out of constraint. Well done to the project architect, Simon Broomfield, for another great scheme.

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