This project is to extend and reconfigure a tiny rural cottage near the village of Gayton in west Norfolk.
The existing two-up-two-down cottage is too small for the client’s growing family, and while it benefits from a fantastic large plot, the existing cottage has a poor relationship to the garden.
The proposals involve extending into the large front garage and providing a living room/ bedroom extension to the rear. This allows the main living spaces to address the front and rear gardens, while a side projecting workshop space encloses the side garden forming a courtyard, separating ‘public’ and ‘private’ space.
Location: West Norfolk
Status: On Site
The GIF above demonstrates the 1990s additional being removed, and the proposed additions once constructed.