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Residential refurbishment and extension to a mock-tudor 1920’s property. This very attractive mock-tudor property was built in the 1920s, with elevations in dressed stone and half-timbering with brick infill panelling. Whilst offering generous accommodation, with particularly fine principal rooms, some of...

Barratt Homes and the Architects Journal (AJ) hosted the ‘Homes for the Future‘ contest which asked UK architects, architectural designers and design firms to consider what homeowners would want in 5 to 10 years’ time. The task was then to...

Adaptations and alterations to a private dwelling to provide accommodation for a family and their disabled daughter. Arborfield was bought specifically to be extended and adapted for a teenage girl who uses a wheelchair. Cowan Architects were engaged to design a...

A private disability adaptation  on a three storey property in Pine Grove, Wimbledon to make a dwelling that is fully accessible for a child whose motor and neurological difficulties makes them wheelchair reliant....

Extension and adaptation of an existing farmhouse to provide accommodation for the family and their severely disabled son The family has a son who has dystonic quadriplegic cerebral palsy and Cowan Architects accommodation experts identified this property as being suitable to...

Philpot’s Lodge is a substantial new-build four bedroom replacement dwelling measuring approximately 330m2 in floor area. The site borders on the West Hoathly Conservation Area and is within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) meaning that the design...