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Loft Conversion in Wimbledon - Meet Our Architect
Today in the office we've discussed about a loft conversion in Wimbledon. In the video, our Architect Monica explains the project in details showing the 3D model - our clients wanted to convert the roof into a loft to accommodate an extra bedroom with en-suite for their guests, a big leisure space and a small study. As always ... our architect has done a terrific job💪
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Loft Conversion in Twickenham
We have successfully completed another loft conversion in Twickenham✌️ The clients had a baby on the way, and they wanted an extra room to accommodate the baby and also a quiet room to be able to work in peace. We worked under pressure and extra hours to make sure everything was completed before baby delivery. And, of course - we made it on time!😁
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Loft Conversion in Twickenham
We have successfully completed another loft conversion in Twickenham✌️ Check the transformation of the project from drawings to building.
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Extending your home?
OUT NOW! Our ultimate Handbook "How to Extend Your Home and get it right first time" is now out on Amazon. The only A-Z guide on everything you need to know about extending your home in one easy to read book.
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House extension: fenestration specifications on plan
House extension: fenestration specifications on plan. Fenestration in architecture is concerned with the provision of windows and doors in a building. Of all the technical design features that make up the working drawings, getting the fenestrations specifications right is perhaps the most critical. The threshold between what is a good choice and bad is perilously slippery, so proceed with care.
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House extension: joinery specifications on plan
For our purposes, the term ‘joinery’ refers to woodwork and concomitant activities. Amongst other technical information, a functional set of working drawings should include the joinery specifications on plan for all of the woodwork and associated ironmongery related choices make for your new extension. Here are some of the joinery decisions you will be making as part of the design process.
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House extension: electrical specifications on plan
Considerately produced electrical specifications on plan will give you, the homeowner, the confidence that your wish list of power, lighting and AV and data needs have been met, and gives the Builder/Electrician an unambiguous to-do list of what you are expecting to see delivered in your extension. Let’s take a look at the main electrical specs that a good set of working drawings will include.
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House extension: mechanical specifications on plan
In residential construction, mechanical specifications on plan predominantly refer to the plumbing, heating and ventilation provisions that will be made for your new extension. On your house extension plans you should expect to see the technical detail on a number of items, let’s take a look at the main five"... read more
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3D walkthrough animation for an approved single storey rear and side extension in London
Here is our awesome 3D walkthrough animation for an approved single storey rear and side extension in Acton. In this video we're showing the new kitchen, dining area and utility room. www.architecture100.com
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What are working drawings and why they are important
They go by many names: working plans, detailed drawings, specification plans, technical designs, engineering drawings. For our purposes we will refer to them as working drawings. So what are working drawings and why are they important?
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Single storey rear and side extension 3D VIDEO
Here is a 3D video of the approved single storey rear and side extension in Acton. The proposal involves the area beyond the staircase where we have created a new spacious hallway with access to the toilet and cloakroom. Our client May-ai was pleasantly surprised by how we managed to make the most of the space
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Building regulations plan: a complete guide
The building regulations plan takes all of the wordy regulations that will apply to your build, and puts them into functional text form, across various plan views and elevations of your extension drawings. Here’s an upshot of what you need to know about them.
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3 Tips to Help Homeowners Get the Most out of Building Control
Here are 3 tips to help homeowners get the most out of building control. Check out!