We talk to Barbara about falling in love with a fixer-upper home and the joys of undertaking DIY projects during maternity leave.
Stories from Site
There are an infinite number of ways to renovate.
Here we share your stories, your triumphs and challenges.
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With construction costs rising, Claire and Dan managed the different trades they needed on day rates to renovate their 1950s bungalow.
This week we speak to Camilla who’s renovation journey started during lockdown when she and her husband realised they needed more space for their growing family. After an initial dream of finding a period property they fell in love with a 1960’s property which needed a complete renovation.
This week we talk to Nic who, together with his partner, self-built a garden studio and extension to their 1 bedroom flat.We talk to him about his decision to take on a self-build project, the process they went through and what he would do differently next time.
We talk to Tamzin who explains why, after renovating previous properties, she chose not to take on a big renovation for her current home.We discuss the joy of getting creative in your home, being savvy with up-cycling interiors and her process of turning a blank canvas into something special.
We talk to Hannah who is midway through renovating her thatched cottage in the countryside and the downsides of renovating an old property.
A serendipitous chain of events led Siobhan and Joe to quickly move from a finished flat straight into a building site with development potential.
This week we talk with Temi and Eugene about their process of creating the perfect home to suit their family life, both now and in the future.
We talk with Alex, a client from the early years of our architecture practice, who despite undertaken lots of preparation work to ensure the project ran smoothly, faced their contractor becoming insolvent just 6 weeks before completion.