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West Pines

Prestbury, Cheshire

Facade renewal, extension and internal remodelling of a detached 1930s house in Prestbury, Cheshire which is set against a towering backdrop of mature pine trees. The existing house has been previously, unsympathetically extended in the 1990s.


The house will be transformed with a new, highly insulated facade and single storey wrap-around extension. While it is a bold and modern design it will be built of materials which have been carefully selected to harmonise with the textures and colours typically found in Prestbury.


White handmade brickwork with flush pale mortar creates an elegant and uncluttered facade. Deep articulated openings provide contrast and lend the new frontage a sculptural monolithic quality. It suggests a large solid mass which has been deeply carved. Shadows are thrown onto the pale canvas of the face of the building, creating interest and drama. The whole will be a building which will stand strong and serene in a stunning 

woodland setting. 


We are also conducting a full interior fit-out for this project, working together with local craftspeople and our network of suppliers. The ground floor level includes a bespoke kitchen, utility, pantry, and boot room. At first floor level, there are four new bathrooms, each with bespoke built-in joinery. As part of the design service, and working together with the client, we have specified and co-ordinated all fixtures and fittings, finishes and

a lighting design scheme.


External works include a sunken fire pit, terraced patio areas and new planting which integrate the house into the landscape.

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