We are delighted to have received planning permission from Somerset Council.
Our proposal is formed of a large timber framed extension to a house built in the last ten years, with a mix of contemporary features and large glazed areas to allow for a modern twist on a traditional style building.
The design mimics a farmhouse-type layout, with a dual-pitched roof and timber cladding complimenting the existing stone and wood-clad host property. The bulk of the roof is set away from the first floor of the main house so as not to impact the views from a first-floor dormer – this creates a flat-roofed link element between new and old. A slim framed glazing system will complement the oak framing, permitting a seamless link between inside and out.
The new addition will give our clients a large kitchen and living area with beautiful natural lighting and views across the Somerset countryside. We also incorporated a natural pool into the expansive rear garden and will be working closely with timber frame and natural pool experts to deliver this project.