Shrewsbury – Domestic Extension

The end of 2018 saw us complete a bespoke modern extension, the works involved the demolition of an existing concrete beam and block external terrace area on a 5-bedroom detached house. Some masonry work was also removed which reduced back to create an aperture to receive a split level, upper and lower ground floor extension.

A new terrace area was constructed along with a storage area below, new walls and steps were installed using stone walling, with Indian stone paving and finished with a glass balustrade to create a modern and fresh look. All carpentry works were completed in European Oak timber.

During the project several specialised tasks were carried out as requested from the client including a live sedum roof was installed incorporating 3no Velux integra flat rooflights to allow in the natural light into the newly designed space. The structure was wrapped in a VM Zinc Pigmento Green, finished with Velfac windows and doors and structural glazing.  A tanking system was also incorporated into the structure to minimise any moisture entering the building through the walls and floor. New installation of an underfloor heating system to split level extension with extensive electrical installation.

The specially designed steelwork was installed to create the unusual shapes for architectural perspective of natural light and connections with landscaping.