Case Study

Internal Alterations & Rear Extension


Single Storey Rear Extension & Internal Alterations

Our customer who was based in Shoreham-by-Sea purchased a property which had previously been extended. However, our customer required more space which lead them to enquiring about the possibility of having a single storey rear extension.

Architectural Plans

When creating the plans, we designed the roof of the rear extension to be flat and slightly overhanging the courtyard in order to provide some shelter from the rain or sun.

The original internal layout was quite fragmented. Therefore, the plans included removing some of the internal walls to create one large living space.

Internal Alterations

As well as having a single storey rear extension, our customer was looking to have plans also drawn for some internal alterations. The purpose of these internal alterations was to fit the needs of our customer as their family had outgrown the space. Furthermore, we needed to modernise the property to suit the customer’s individual style.

Below are concept images of how the customer’s kitchen, dining and living area could look.

Attention to Detail

A particular design feature that our customer wanted was anthracite windows and doors, to meet their modern, contemporary style.

The plans feature a set of bi-folding doors leading out from the dining area and living areas. As well as modular skylights, allowing the living area to have a light an airy feel. As a result of the skylights, our customer will reduce the need to use any artificial lighting during the day. Therefore, saving money on electricity and reducing the impact on the environment. It’s small changes like this which can make a big difference in the long-run.