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"We were so pleased with Graham's
work. We'd actually already achieved
planning permission with an architect
but were unhappy with the internal
layout and their desire to solve it
with us. Graham listened to us and
produced a bespoke design that we
couldn't be more happy with!"


Two-storey rear and

side extension with

two-storey remodel

It was exciting to change every room in this home! The brief was to make a 2.5 bedroom home in to a comfortable 4 bed home with open plan family spaces and generous services, bringing it right up to date.

The design for this property has an open plan family space complimented by other rooms to suit their lifestyle, lots of natural light with bespoke glass features, natural materials like exposed brick and steel, generous vaulted bedrooms, a galleried landing outside the children's bedrooms with a feature window aligned to a ruin on the hill opposite, and a face-lift externally with Siberian larch cladding and render. An excellent builder and fantastic bespoke glass contractor were essential to the success of this scheme.

Graham O'Connor Architecture. Property. Professional. Design and Build. Turn key. Architectural Design. Architect. Your home. Dream. Trust

Glass-link Extension,

loft conversion

and Remodel

This semi-detached house in Guildford had a courtyard area that was little used, so the client wanted to make it an inside space and open-plan. They also wanted a loft conversion.

The design was a bespoke all-glass extension to fill the courtyard area, opening up the space and maximising natural light, whilst maintaining period features and exposed brickwork and flints. The cloakroom was moved adjacent to the stairs, also creating a valued hallway area. Bespoke oak doors (sliding and full-height glazed)  completed the look. A sun tunnel was also hidden in new fitted wardrobes in the new loft, lighting the dark main staircase. A great local builder working with an excellent bespoke glass contractor was the key to the success of this project.

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