New commission near Leighton Buzzard.

Our clients had heard about our reputation in respect of renovating and modernising houses. They have a really nice bungalow in a fantastic position near Leighton Buzzard, on the face of it what the house lacks is primarily decent  sized bedrooms and kerb appeal. When we say kerb appeal in this instance, it isn’t just the initial view but also the journey to the front door. For its location, it could also do with being a little larger.

We find that with this type of project a 3D model is really helpful as a design tool but moreover as a way of showing the client what we are proposing. What we show here is this ongoing project, but hopefully this serves to demonstrate just how descriptive these 3D models can be.

Written by Tony Keller – Building Tectonics Ltd

Doubling up.

This project included the transformation of a Victorian house, much like the ones you’d be likely to see in Bedford, and the proposed side extension changed this single fronted house into a double fronted house, therefore doubling the living space. Victorian houses were built to be quite small and compact, and so we knew that the new designs for the house still had to fit in with the aesthetics of the Victorian exterior.

This may sound very simple, but care over the design of the internal arrangement is essential for it to work, as any architect would know.


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Written by Tony Keller – Building Tectonics Ltd.