Beechcombers

This housing development project was for a four storey building to hold twenty self contained holiday let apartments at Watergate Bay. The building is a modern replacement to part of an existing established building within the client ownership.

This was a joint venture with another local Lostwithiel Architect (Christopher Jones), where we were asked to prepare and obtain Building Regulation approval for the project.

The finished building has a number of character features, including an octagonal turret style section with a decorative copper roof and wrought iron balconies to all upper level apartments and patio/terrace to ground level units.






Sam’s, Fowey
1970-01-01

A complete refurbishment and part conversion of this popular eating establishment, centrally situated in Fowey.


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Replacement Dwelling
2013-05-31

The client wished to create a modern, light filled, energy efficient and low maintenance property whilst providing an adequate and adaptable living space. The existing bungalow was in a poor state of repair. It was poorly insulated and expensive to heat with no architectural merit.


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Engine House
2014-01-23

This old engine house on a farm in outskirts of St Austell, Cornwall has been left in a state of dereliction since the area's mining heyday, its only occupants being the farm's flock of hens.


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