Case study

An extension project for a permanent family base

Involved before the purchase of the property and having designed amendments to another property on the same street, Spatial Future Architects has a soft place in its heart for this project. A large-scale renovation and extension, there’s hardly an area of the existing property that hasn’t been touched as part of the scheme. The end result is a spectacular home that sets up a permanent family base for life.



South Warwick

Budget range

£250k – £500k

Services included
The story

The owners bought their current property with the intention of completing a substantial extension and refurbishment from the get-go. The new works created a stunning kitchen/ sitting/ dining area that looks out to their garden and the River Avon beyond and a new playroom to the front of the property. A modified staircase leads into a new first floor master suite, complete with dressing area and ensuite. The works polished a tired gem of a property, turning it into a flexible, luxurious dwelling that will stand the test of time for its owners now and in years to come.

The project

This project in many ways sparked the origins of Spatial Future as a complete design and build practice. Due to the clients’ frustration with receiving poor information from local builders we began to investigate how to bring the entire process in-house. Working collaboratively with the client, we developed our offering to maintain the high level of design expertise alongside the addition of our construction services.

The style

Contemporary ● Modern interior

The existing home was originally completed in the 1970s to a contemporary design, taking reference from the ‘Prairie-style’ advocated by famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The use of dark timber cladding at first floor with a low pitched roof and deep overhangs was respected in the proposals, completely fusing old and new. A cantilevered glass corner in the rear extension operates on a sliding track, completely disappearing into the adjacent wall, creating a seamless transition from interior to exterior. New timber cladding echoes the existing first floor with a new contemporary twist around the ground floor extension.

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