A former water tower converted and extended to form contemporary living over 5 levels with far reaching views out over rolling countryside.
A complimentary extension formed out of a highly insulated timber frame with metal cladding enhances yet respects the mother structure.
The extended areas provide a main entrance hall and circulation space linking the tower and principal living spaces at ground and floor.
A 1970’s bungalow was purchased with a complete architectural makeover in mind.
A complete new external elevation treatment and internal planning transformed the existing dwelling into a house for modern family living with views over private garden space.
The introduction of roof lantern lights ensured natural daylight penetration to main circulation and open plan living areas.
A new build family home incorporating architectural design elements over three levels using traditional building materials. This highly insulated building shell offers a sophisticated lighting system and stack ventilation.
The principal living areas on the ground floor allow are all linked via a glazed partition system ensuring natural light penetration in the lower ground floor areas.
Principal circulation spaces offer elevated far reaching country views to the horizon
Water Tower, Pannal
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George Clark catches up with Carol and Majid's brick water-tower conversion.
Has the heritage property combined well with their 21st-century design innovations?
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