We were recently asked to look at a potential barn conversion with a client who wishes to create a new family home for themselves. As architects who love combining old and new and working with existing buildings, its a great opportunity to be creative. We have recently completed or are working on several urban re-use…Read More
Currently at concept development stage we are working on this design for a new house on a sloping woodland site in Yorkshire.Read More
Following on from our blog about building new homes in the countryside through Paragraph 79 , we’ve seen this plot in Cawthorne, Barnsley come up for sale by auction with Mark Jenkinson Property Specialists. The site contains a derelict 17th Century stone cottage that is considered to be “abandoned” in planning terms (it certainly looks it…Read More
As well as working on our projects at Thread Architects, Rachel, Anya and Andy all explore and broaden their architectural knowledge, skills and expertise through their other roles and interests. We will be looking at some of these roles and experiences in our blog over the next few weeks. This first blog by Andy explains…Read More
Really happy to receive these photos from our Client of progress on site with their new home. Two of the three first floor bedroom gables are nearly complete and the folding rendered wall below that will create internal and external spaces to sit and enjoy the views out from the site is well on its…Read More
We were asked to design a new space that would connect a disconnected house and garden. Working with the Client we thought outside the box and created a series of spaces connected by views and light. The Client’s loves of literature, music and nature are all celebrated within.Read More
Our son loves the floor to ceiling windows in his play room, allowing him to watch the world go by outside while he plays.
54 Rupert Road was a typical semi-detached 1930s Sheffield house. The owners, Maria and David, approached us to create light, open, contemporary spaces. However, the only vacant space was a sloping driveway only 2445mm wide.Read More