• White Cottage

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    A contemporary development of four town houses and five apartments, which focused on renewable energy with a sustainable construction process (code 3) without compromising on quality or design. The end result maximised the difficult site conditions by incorporating curved brickwork; sloping roofs, angled bays and specific materials, all of which softened the impact on the local environment.

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    Contemporary living with clean lines and beautiful style gives the feeling of space.

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    Light and spacious with bespoke features and walk-in showers that give an open-plan feel.

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    Custom-made cantilevered staircase where conception turns design into reality.

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    Curved detailed turrets soften the building to the garden and the surrounding environment.

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    Keeping the room light maximises the smallest space.

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    This lower ground floor kitchen feels spacious and light, achieved by specialist pavement lights and a contemporary design.

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    State-of-the-art design with curves and cantilevers using an array of materials, both classical and contemporary, gives this space dramatic effect.

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    Exceptional design gives this lower ground floor room plenty of light and amalgamates internal and external environments.

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    Without natural light, curves and light encourage you into the room.

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    Modern chic style achieves a fresh feel.

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    Gentle colours working with sharp finishes looks amazing.

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