3 Martingale Rd

LOFT CONVERSION

This project is an example of how we have created additional floor space to the ground floor of a residential dwelling for a large family. The clients desired an open plan living configuration while still maintaining some form of separation for the living area and additional spaces. The proposed work was applied for under a house holder planning application and has now provided them with an enhanced standard of living.


Project details

 

A9 Architecture Fee

Local Authority

Estimated Project Cost*

£2,000

£1,000 - Design Stage

£1,000 - Construction Stage

Basildon Borough Council

£90,000

 
 

*Costs will vary depending on your choice of contractor and your location. Always get multiple quotes to ensure competitive pricing. This estimate does not include internal finish such as furntiture and flooring.

 

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Meet Alan, the lead Designer

Our client was looking to achieve a single storey side and rear wrap around extension to increase the ground floor footprint. Their main brief was to achieve a large kitchen, dining and living area located to the rear of the property for a family of their size.


Solution

The single storey side and rear wrap around extension created the addition floor area to the rear of the property achieving the open plan kitchen, dining and linked living area desired. By removing internal and external walls, we have been able to create a configuration which enabled to client to achieve an additional study and utility area along with a large dining and living area which was the fundamental element of the design brief.

 EXISTING SITE PLAN

EXISTING SITE PLAN

 PROPOSED SITE PLAN

PROPOSED SITE PLAN

 EXISTING GROUND FLOOR PLAN

EXISTING GROUND FLOOR PLAN

 EXISTING FIRST FLOOR PLAN

EXISTING FIRST FLOOR PLAN

 EXISTING ELEVATIONS

EXISTING ELEVATIONS

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 PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR PLAN

PROPOSED GROUND FLOOR PLAN

 PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN

PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN

 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS

PROPOSED ELEVATIONS

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