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Locations we cover
Bath and North East Somerset
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Lacey Architecture is a young, open-minded architectural design company passionate about residential design. Each project is approached by considering your requirements, context and your budget. We listen to our client's requirements and provide a high level of practical support and advice throughout, particularly for those who haven't built or extended previously. As well as a quick turnaround and pragmatic approach for those in the construction industry or with more experience.
We combine fresh contemporary thinking with an unusually high level of hands on practical experience. We love buildings that are logical, economical and straightforward to build, while layering details in a considered and practical manner.
We have a passion for practical, achievable sustainability without relying on expensive 'bolt-ons'. Cohesive design and considering the surroundings allows the building to be responsive and complement the context.
We are able to assist with survey drawings, planning/lawful development packages, Building Regulation and construction drawings for all scales of residential and commercial design.
We can meet to discuss your plans and ideas then provide a free quote for our design services broken down into clear stages.
Please contact us for information or to discuss your project.
Architects & Designers Project range: £30,000 - £250,000
Project: Ground Floor Extension in North Bath
A Victorian townhouse in North Bath in need of more living space on the ground floor.
A single storey extension greatly increased the living area, providing more space for the family to enjoy together on one floor. The extension was angled with the plot to maximise the usable space. Very large crittall style bi-fold doors open out on to the stone patio and stepped garden. The roof is zinc effect standing seam with two large square roof lights.
Project: North Surrey Extension
This family house was fully renovated and a compact south facing, green-roofed extension added. We provided planning, Building Control, construction drawings and speciifcation along with on site supervision to ensure the highest quality of finish. 1950's house was updated and fully modernised with the ground floor plan reworked to provide a coherent layout. The extension and green roof celebrate the south facing prospect onto woodland.
Project: Barn Conversion
A Barn Conversion near Reading. A charming and characterful conversion of a 1950s apple store, then fire engine garage into a beautiful spacious home overlooking green belt. The project was visited on regular intervals. The client realised the project with some beautiful and unusal elements and details, creating a welcoming and unique home.
Project: Bath Terrace
Victorian Terrace Side Extension in Bath
A beautiful house but with a number of challenges, compromised ground floor layout, limited natural daylight and a very steeply sloping rear garden.
Currently exploring options in 3D modelling, we have competed walkthroughs as well as photorealistic renders.
More photos to follow.
Project: Combe Down Renovation
This beautiful terraced house in the heart of the village of Combe Down, Bath was run down, tired and in need of complete modernisation and renovation.
A small kitchen extension was added while more significant changes to the roof form and internal layout were made. We helped the clients through the design stage with 3D visuals helping to picture the space and layout.
The clients are delighted with the finished result and enjoy a completely modernised, characterful property.
Project: Frome Extension
A neat side extension retaining access created to be in keeping with the existing house. The rear windows and doors were altered as part of the works creating large bi-folding doors out to the rear garden. A new kitchen, utility and downstairs W/C were added, greatly improving the facilities as well as ease of movement throughout the house.
Project: Community Centre
Set in 80 over acres of woodland, a large nationwide first "Rites of Passage Centre".
The scheme compromises of 3 large workrooms, flexible shared accommodation for 20 and a large dining space all set around a central cloister. There is a communal heart with a outdoor tiered amphitheatre and sunken fire pit.
The scheme provides a gateway for access to the woodland, the management of which forms part of the programme.
Reviewed by Alex Thatcher