Overlooking the Coquet estuary in Northumberland, this bespoke timber-built Certified Passivhaus has been carefully designed by MawsonKerr Architects to be kind to the environment, low cost to run and comfortable to live in.
Studio Hagen Hall's transformation of a constrained terraced house takes inspiration from the precision and elegance of sailing boat joinery, with ingenious storage solutions concealed within the bespoke elm veneer furniture and fittings.
Within the brutalist architectural icon of London’s Barbican Estate, this refurbished kitchen by Francisco Sutherland pairs oak veneer with stainless steel to create a visually stunning and highly practical space.
The Wooden Annex is a single-storey, fully timber extension to a 1950s end-of-terrace house in South London. The addition of the annex accompanied a complete refurbishment of the existing house, creating increased and improved open living space for the homeowners.
Dominating the Bradford skyline is a group of magnificent Grade II* listed Victorian buildings, Lister Mills, with massive stone walls and an iconic 250 foot high chimney, inspired by St Mark's Campanile in Venice.
Thomas and Sally Beevor gave a simple brief to Neil Winder of StudioMGM Architects. They wanted a new house to retire to. It needed to have a downstairs master bedroom, should accommodate their interests and most importantly must use as much timber as possible from the estate sawmill.