Welcoming approach to Tenby Surgery - and exhilarating galleried waiting area once inside, looking onto its own landscaped court.
Barn conversion near Carew. The timber and glass linked extension provides light, air and view for the main living spaces. The history is clear - new and old complement each other
The addition of a huge rooflight and circular balcony, in addition to the new galleried interior design allows a new life for Tenby's Lifeboathouse
In order to avoid dereliction and decay (which affects so much of our built heritage), we favour creative conservation that exploits opportunity for re-use or new-use: history and character allied with modern purpose incentivises preservation - and adds interest and meaning - and therefore VITALITY. Our conservation philosophy favours restoration and repair using appropriate technology, but, where significant interventions are required it is essential that they should be clearly articulated and of their time, so that the history is clear and the integrity of the original structure preserved.
RESPONDS to modern demands enhancing relevance therefore adding vitality and MEANING to an historic range of barns in North Pembs.
Of its time environmentally friendly extension allows inside/outside living and gives modern purpose and relevance to the barns
Shute Cottage Manorbier: linked extension does not attempt to ape the tiny restored original cottage but allows modern use - again adding relevance and vitality
Glanrhyd near Newcastle Emlyn. Restored inside and out using traditional breathable lime technology
Facilities cloistered around 2 open courts - monastic overtones: Trevayne Farm near Saundersfoot
Smart penthouse hat proposed for Croft Court Tenby - softens a blunt exterior and provides panoramic views of Tenby harbour, Caldey Island and much of Carmarthen bay
Planning permission obtained to add 50 rooms to Tenby hotel