To the Brunskill Design Team You’ve done an absolutely cracking job here and thanks so much for all your hard work.
The hostel for the homeless is recently completed in Hemel Hempstead and now open. It was developed to a tight budget and very tight timescale. It is being run by local longstanding charity DENS to expand the work they have done over many years in the area. The Design and Build procurement route was used and the construction is timber panel and concrete column/ steel beam. Our involvement was in a detailed
Test 3d views done to look at options
Indicative 3d cad views of a Kitchen /living area extension to a locally listed building within a Conservation Area. This is envisaged to be an orangery type extension. We have worked with a number of specialist rooflantern suppliers in detail design. The layout of this house is rearranged in our design to make the ground floor work for life now. It has a large living, cooking and eating area which
Don’t forget the string courses. Beautiful pale sandstone is being laid by skilled stonemasons on this extension project. The design takes reference from the existing building.
Completed a little while ago for developers, this was a renovation and extension of a building that was near derelict and out of use for more than 5 years prior to our scheme design which gained Planning Permission for 3 apartments. The use of a curved roof design and lowered ground floor level was helpful in finding a suitable scheme with which the Planners were satisfied. This was a locally
This workshop and office building, with amenity space for drivers, was built as part of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link Works. It needed to be fitted into a tight triangular site in order to allow for critical programme sequencing of the work on the rail lines north of Kings Cross St Pancras. We tried to use simple and neat detailing to help keep the building looking smart in a very grubby
Larger spaces are being carved out of this existing house. The flowing and versatile floorplan will be much better suited to family life. Hardwearing oak flooring and underfloor heating have been selected. The sliding folding doors will have flush thresholds to the patio. Some of the upper level rooms will be ‘vaulted’.
A fantastic view exists from this new kitchen extension, which we designed, to be complimentary to the existing early twentieth century building. The extension is to be finished in dressed bath stone with narrow hydraulic lime mortar joints. Each wall surface is hand finished by the craftsman involved to create a very good match to the existing building. Rooflights and oak windows are planned to arrive soon.