Here at Nye Saunders we are always willing to go the extra mile to understand our clients’ influences and produce a design that accords with their vision. A recent Surrey Branch RIBA organised tour enabled one of our architects to take a first hand look at a property which has elements our clients are keen to incorporate into their own project.
The property is a low energy family home within a Conservation Area, tipping its hat to the influences of the Arts & Crafts movement and espousing the Surrey vernacular style. It replaces a former interwar bungalow on the site.
Bespoke timber elements and rigorous architectural detailing coupled with exceptional craftsmanship have carefully followed the client’s brief and the finished project was a 2023 RIBA National Award winner.
Many thanks to Niall Maxwell of Rural Office for Architecture for conducting the fascinating tour.
To find out more about this award winning project follow the link to the RIBA Journal article : https://www.ribaj.com/buildings/regional-awards-2023-south-east-rural-office-middle-avenue-house.
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