BEACON HALL, HAYWARDS HEATH
The brief was for a contemporary new single storey extension to an impressive ‘Mock Tudor’ late Victorian period private residence. The client wished to take an out of date, north facing kitchen and create a new open planning kitchen living and dining space.
Submitted by: Savills, Petworth. www.savills.co.uk
Architect: Ewan Stoddart RIBA, Savills.
Contractors: Barrie Hollands, BRH Construction, Lewes. Tel: 01273 476 204.
Craftsmen: Alastair Fleming Design, Lewes. www.alastairflemingdesign.co.uk
Other: Sian Parsons, John Cullen Lighting Design, London. www.johncullenlighting.com
A new triple-height space and generous openings towards the garden have brought ample natural light into the heart of this unusual 1930s house. This, together with a restrained choice of materials and colours, has transformed the house into a joyful home with an ecological twist.
Submitted by: Magali McKay, astula-architecture, Lewes. www.astula-architecture.co.uk
Architect: Magali McKay, astula-architecture (upper floor works).
Designer: Tom Cuthbert, Cuthbert Studio (upper floors work).
Contractors: Dave Smith. Tel: 07702 595 892 & Steve Holford. Tel: 07771 962 804 (ground floor works) | Ashcombe Building & Construction Ltd (upper floor works). www.ashcombebuilding.co.uk
Craftsmen: Tobin Seymour & Phil Norris, Ashcombe Building & Construction Ltd (general trades and joinery) | Mark d’Ascoli (kitchen fabrication). Tel: 07813 445 895 | Kevin Blondel (study). www.kblondeldesign.co.uk
Other: Crispin Williams, Engaging Interiors (Kitchen Design), Lewes. www.engaginginteriors.uk | Dixon Hurst Kemp Structural Engineers (ground floor work). www.dhk.co.uk | Ellis Structures (upper floor works). www.ellisstructures.com
CHANDLERS FARM, BURWASH WEALD
Chandlers Farm is a Grade II listed early 19th-century cottage, with some of the original fabric lost. The extension of the building was an opportunity to improve the living accommodation which will help with the preservation and enhancement of the property.
Submitted by: Clague LLP, Canterbury. www.clague.co.uk
Architect: James Ford, Clague LLP.
Contractors: Chris Ditton, Hurstway Construction Co. Ltd, Cranbrook. www.hurstwayconstruction.co.uk
PRIVATE HOUSE, EAST SUSSEX
The brief was to replace an existing three storey dwelling with a new traditional two storey dwelling within a conservation area of Ripe Village. The house needed to be in keeping with the adjacent Grade I listed Church and Grade II listed Rectory.
Submitted by: James Minett, Belmont Designs Practice Ltd, Haywards Heath. www.belmont-designs.co.uk
Designer: Belmont Designs Practice Ltd.
Contractors: Comber & Son, East Grinstead. www.comberandson.co.uk
HURSTWOOD FARM HOUSE, HORSTED KEYNES
The brief was to make improvements to this Grade II listed 16th-century farmhouse to address a number of difficulties with the property’s existing fabric and layout. Improvements included extending using traditional oak timber box frame.
Submitted by: David Jenkins, David Jenkins Design, Lindfield. www.davidjenkinsdesign.co.uk
Architect: David Jenkins Design.
Contractors: Mitchell Lamb Construction, Horsham. www.mlconstruction.co.uk
Craftsmen: Charlie Lamb and Ben Mitchell, Mitchell Lamb Construction.
Other: Chalk Down Lime Ltd, Staplecross (Lime Plaster and Sheeps Wool Insulation). www.chalkdownlime.com | Aldershaw Handmade Tiles Ltd, Sedlescombe (Terracotta Floor Tiles and Roof Tiles). www.aldershaw.co.uk | SA Hancock, Ansty (Plumbers). www.sahancock.co.uk | Chadder and Co, Forest Row (Sanitaryware). www.chadder.com
MONTPELIER BARN, PETWORTH
The existing barn dates back to late 18th Century and was used as a threshing barn for hay and agricultural vehicles. The brief was to provide additional ancillary accommodation to the house at Montpelier Farm, respecting the condition and quality of the barn whilst providing the accommodation they required.
Submitted by: Laurence Hall, Jane Jones-Warner Associates, Rowlands Castle. www.janejoneswarner.com
Architect: Jane Jones-Warner, Jane Jones-Warner Associates.
Contractors: Lucking Bros Ltd, Petworth. www.luckingbros.co.uk
Other: Martin Kirby Associates (Structural Engineer), Winchester. Tel: 01962 713 410.
PEGDEN HALL, SCAYNES HILL
Following a devastating house fire, the main house was to be rebuilt more in keeping with local style and develop a high-performance home with low-carbon footprint. Using inspiration from Weald and Downland Living Museum, a Wealden Hall House design was decided upon.
Submitted by: Peter Mahon, Pegden Hall.
Architect: Dwell Architecture & Design, Scaynes Hill. www.dwellarchitecture.com
Contractors: Bob Turner Carpentry. Tel: 07710 083 392 | McCarey Simmonds (Structural Engineers), Steyning. www.mccareysimmonds.co.uk | Electro-Plant UK Electricians. Tel: 07811 772 772.
Craftsman: Nick Cain (Principal Timber Framer), 66 Abinger Road, Brighton BN41 1SB
THE OLD BYRES, HOOE
This brick and flint wall barn and byres has been retrofitted to a stunning EnerPHit standard house. A self build project, entirely project managed by Richard Clayson, has produced a healthy, comfortable, efficient, beautiful home, in a beautiful setting.
Submitted by: Enhabit Limited, London. www.enhabit.uk.com
Project Designers: Richard Clayson (Project Manager) I Enhabit Limited (Passivhaus Designer).
Contractors/Craftsmen: Richard Clayson project managed and employed directly the trades required to complete the works.
Other: Enhabit Limited (Passivhaus Consultant) | Clive Dawson, Hockley& Dawson (Structural Engineer); Cranleigh. www.hockleyanddawson.co.uk; The Green Building Store (MVHR Designers and Suppliers); POW Architects (Building Regulation Drawings); The Woodland Trust (Morewoods Scheme) www.woodlandtrust.org.uk
WATERSIDE, EAST PRESTON
Waterside is a beach front, Art Deco inspired home, newly built using modern building methods. Inspiration was taken from two notable listed buildings close by: Runnymede an original Art deco property and a Marcel Breuer Modernist House.
Submitted by: Adrian Marmont, The Pure Group, Worthing. www.thepuregroup.info
Architect/Contractors/Craftsmen: The Pure Group.