Contemporary Extension to a Victorian Lodge House.
Planning Permission for a new contemporary extension to a Victorian Lodge House.
A subservient contemporary house extension.
This subservient house extension will provide a juxtaposition to this historic Victorian Lodge house. The use of traditional building methods and materials combined with a modern architecture approach provides an important addition to this historic building. The architecture scheme will provide both inclusive living dining and kitchen with separate utility, office and living areas.
A Planning Permission for a Contemporary Extension to a Victorian House
Fingerprintstudios architects has submitted a Full Planning Application for a new house extension with Hampshire County Council. This Planning Permission for a Contemporary Extension to a Victorian House has been submitted for this existing lodge house in Kingsworthy near Winchester. This planning application applies for a new extension to increase the living space to meet the demands of modern living.
Double height space and vaulted ceilings.
This modern extension incorporates a double height space with vaulted ceilings to create a stunning piece of architecture and interior design. A clever steel frame creates the clear vaulted ceilings and the opportunity for full height glass and bi-folding doors. These bi-folding doors will connect to a new landscaped terrace and brickwork retaining wall. The new terrace provides an extension of the internal living space.
Open plan living and finding the additional bedroom.
The design centres on an open plan living idea connected to the garden. It forms the backbone to the design providing much needed living space for a growing family. A review of the existing floor plan renews the space layout to find an additional fourth bedroom acting as the master bedroom with its own ensuite. In all this Planning Permission for a Contemporary Extension to a Victorian House will maximise the space and proving functional space for a growing family.