The redevelopment of a 1960’s residential bungalow in Lower Heswall. The existing building has been altered and added to throughout the years and become an irregular and irrational layout to the current occupiers. The scheme looks to redevelop the existing residential bungalow with key internal modifications and extensions.
The main aim of the project looks to rationalize the existing spaces and create a flowing contemporary layout which optimised natural light. The alterations include the demolition of an existing conservatory to create a new open plan living /kitchen/dining space which opens onto the garden. The main roof structure is to be raised to accommodate 2 new bedrooms, a study and bathroom facilities at first floor.
Additional features of the design look to modernise the bungalow with the inclusion of a contemporary corner glazed timber pod to highlight the stairs and provide an open feel to the entrance and hall spaced. Aluminum windows, sliding doors, and a mixture of render and brick finishes to the elevations are also included to provide a contemporary feel to the property. The new open plan family space includes flat roof lights and feature corner glazing to maximize the light and re-establish the connection with the garden.
LOCATION: Ronaldsway, Lower Heswall
STATUS: Concept design completed October 2015