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Renovation of an existing Victorian dwelling in Chorlton, Manchester.  


The clients wanted to reconfigure and open up the rear elevation, to create a large family kitchen, dining, lounge area, with a strong connection to the gardens beyond.

Complex steel arrangements to support the first floor structure were incorporated into the designs at an early stage, which assisted in defining the three functions of this open plan room.  The spaces created at ceiling level provided opportunity for bespoke lighting arrangements, as well as an opportunity to drop plenty natural light (via rooflights) above the new rear extended area.  

Crittall glazing was incorporated into the designs, which compliments the existing historic features of the building.  Double doors lead onto a patio area, which gradually steps down to the existing lower garden level. 

Other works involved a newly tanked basement and remodel of the upper floors. 

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