Renovations were completed by the racecourse in this beautiful town house in Stratford upon Avon. MRT created a modern stylish interior with atmospheric lighting to create interesting and relaxing spaces for different tasks.
The ground floor consists of a living / office area leading out to the garden with stunning views over the racecourse. The first floor has been transformed by merging the kitchen into the living area, to create a sociable / modern space and the second floor has two bedrooms, with the main bedroom having an en-suite. This along with replacing the decaying windows and doors with new and redesigned garden area creates a welcoming brighter feel.
Past Project Revisited
Following a successful replacement dwelling project, a new house was built for our clients in their adjacent orchard. This stylish house is multi gabled and blends render and stone under a tiled roofscape in a harmonious composition. The spacious interior has vaulted ceilings and excellent daylight throughout.
Past project gets new lease of life as Air BNB.
Arch Cottage, Lechlade is now an Air BNB, so everyone can stay at Arch Cottage, a Grade 1 listed house in Lechlade, altered and extended by MRT Architects for previous clients.
The Cotswold stone house sits on the historic Burford Street which leads to the old road bridge which crosses the River Thames and is named after a Tudor arch which encloses the front door to a remarkable house and an opening out to a wonderful secret garden.
Chosen by Harpers Bazaar Magazine in 2021 as one of the twelve best luxury stays in the United Kingdom and no 1 in the Cotswolds.
Approval for alterations and extensions in Long Compton
Approval has been obtained in the Conservation Area of Long Compton for Alterations and Extensions to this beautiful Cotswold stone property. The proposal for this application was to provide additional accommodation for a growing family in the picturesque village of Long Compton. The Cotswold Stone house has an idyllic cottage presence which has been retained in the street scene, however a new pitched roof porch entrance is proposed which will create an attractive frontage to the existing concrete stone flat roof porch. To the rear, a contemporary extension has been proposed which provides an open plan room with a new garden-side sitting room. Above, a new bedroom suite is created which is to be vaulted to the roof with a new en-suite.
A stunning project revisited
A stunning project revisited after a highly successful architect and client owner collaboration which has created an exceptional house in the conservation area of Old Town Stratford upon Avon. The house has been extended outwards, downwards and upwards to maximise the space utilizing basement (gym) and attic (ensuite bedroom) with a ground floor rear extension and creatively adaptive first floor with two further bedrooms and a study with roof extension above.
The exterior facing west rear façade is clad in zinc, render, aluminum and glass, facing onto a contemporary garden and summer house. Inside the spacious interior is full of features of old and new with cantilevered stairs and a rear kitchen, dining and sitting room extension with automated rooflights and great lighting.
The client’s choice of furnishings art and interior design complement the architecture and spatial design making this project truly amazing.