Clegg Associates were delighted to be a part of this contemporary extension alongside the River Kennet, near Hungerford. Working alongside Milton Architects, we were involved in both the sub-structure and super-structure, providing cantilevered steelwork out over the river to take advantage of the spectacular scenery. We think the extension looks fantastic and the client was […]
We were approached by Wiltshire Rural Housing Association to help design a £1-1.2m social housing scheme on a brownfield site in Redlynch, Salisbury. The design consisted of a terrace of six, 2-3 bedroom houses on a fairly restricted site, with very minimal outside space. White Design Associates Ltd, the Architect on the project, had proposed […]
Clegg Associates were recently appointed to design a terrace of three high-quality houses on a steep slope in Frome, Somerset. The three-storey houses were constructed using insulated formwork, which in addition to providing a highly insulated house, also provides the shuttering required for casting the reinforced concrete walls. An essential part of the scheme was […]
The building, a weaving mill on the edge of the Cowbridge Estate in Malmesbury was purchased by Minton Ltd with a view to refurbishing the building into four apartments.
Our Client wished to undertake a major refurbishment of a former vicarage in a village near Warminster in a project lead by surveyors Knight Frank. This Grade II Listed building has had a long and varied history, starting as a 14th Century Hall House that was altered in the 17th Century, extended in the early 20th Century, and then further altered roughly 70 years later when it was being used as a school.
Our client wanted to extend his thatched cottage in a village near Blandford, Dorset, and the extension had to blend in with the traditional rubble stone and brick walls.
In 2010 we worked with architect Peter Kent on a foundation design for his own project to construct Featherbrook House in Potterne. The project incorporates cutting edge sustainable construction measures and was approved with architectural merit by the local authority planning department.