within richmond conservation area, this detached edwardian 5-bedroom family home will undergo a substantial redesign and extension process. we suggest a two-storey extension to the side of the property, replace the existing rear conservatory with a new flat roofed extension, create a separate play area with a large sized kitchen behind facing the garden. a new staircase leads all the way up to the loft whilst we gave the building its original roof shape back, adding dormers to the rear to accommodate a bedroom and bathroom facility. the side extension will create more space to the loft, whilst additional en-suite will be added to the existing bedrooms at first floor level. all windows will be replaced, the entrance portal is redesigned, insulation added throughout and low energy heating systems added. our interior design team has chosen finishes to all major rooms and selected products and materials for all the bathrooms. the project is going on site in the coming weeks.
we have been instructed to combine two former adjacent family homes to create one large dwelling as part of a gated development close to hampstead. both properties show new single storey extensions, new double storey infill extensions, new dormers to the roof scape as well as a pool house extension at the perimeter of the upper building. at ground floor whilst you enjoy the views out to the garden from the full width living room, a large open fireplace separates from the dining area and kitchen, with a spa room featuring a sauna, steam and shower room leading down to the pool house facing the jacuzzi and terrace. upstairs, whilst the master bedroom with its dressing area, boudoir and en-suite overlooking the Shard are located towards the rear, the children’s bedrooms and en-suite occupy the other building. a study to each loft floor with lookout glass dormers create additional usable space. the project has been granted planning last year and it currently on site.
this exciting island hotel is a prototype in conjunction with memsys desalination technology . we have just completed design for a boutique eco hotel utilising breaking edge technology for photovoltaic systems and desalination to create an operation independent from artificial resources. whilst the main pavilion has a raised two storey structure, parabol shape umbrellas provide an extendable roof structure with free standing guest pavilions around the centre, connected with walkways to the main building. we are continuing on a detailed design stage soon.
we are delighted to announce that 3s architects were the winner of the overall development award in the international design & architecture awards 2017.
the international design & architecture awards reward the best in design from across the globe, hosted by leading interior design magazine design et al.
the aim of the international design & architecture awards is really very simple: we want to create an opportunity firstly for designers, architects and developers to showcase their work, but more than that to enable design et al readers and the global design community to see and to celebrate some of the best design schemes, product launches and innovation from throughout the world.
the awards have grown at an unprecedented and incredible rate into a respected global event, with more than 200 design companies from around the world competing annually. at design et al we remain focused on exploring new boundaries in design terms and very much look forward to receiving your application.
watch the video from the awards via the link below :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YetgE966118
3s architects have been awarded two prestigious awards from the international property awards. awards include best architecture single residence south east england and best architecture single residence UK. the international property award is a world-renowned mark of excellence. winners are judged by a highly experienced team of professionals at their relevant national level. selected regional winners compete against projects from all over the world for which 3s architects also reached a prestigious global shortlist.
after a long preparation period, we have finally started site works on this 5-storey townhouse mimicking the neighbouring property we completed around five years ago. the former garage to the front will be replaced by a sizeable utility room with a separate entrance from the front drive which is also connected to the open plan kitchen and dining room. a guest toilet and boiler room is located underneath the external stairs, with a modern open tread staircase leading to the upper hallway. a new study will form part of the side extension on the upper floor with access from the through lounge next to the main entrance hall. the upper floors will be renovated, windows upgraded and insulated where necessary whilst the building will be fitted with a modern heating system. a small balcony on top of the new flat roof structure at ground floor level will enable views over the sizeable rear garden. the project is projected to be completed end of 2020.
we have just been appointed by the parish church to create a new design for the community hall at the rear of the property with the surrounding area. following the completion of a master plan for the site, the project will be implemented in three phases and will stretch over the next three years.
3s is proud to announce that we have won the prestigious german design award 2020 for best architecture with our project “the retreat” in lefkada. congratulations to the team for the fabulous project!
following the approval of replacing an existing bungalow structure on the fringes of dummer with a 2-storey contemporary detached family home, we are currently preparing construction information and interior designs to bring this exciting project on site during the summer period.
we have recently completed a feasibility study to the develop an apartment scheme for 24 apartments to the rear of an existing former office building facing north street, leatherhead. the proposal will result in a contemporary extension to the existing brick facing structure with the intention to introduce a well balanced scheme to this site whilst its design language creates a link between the modern commercial structure to the west and the historical buildings lining bridge street to the south.