2015 ARCHIVE: SMALL SCALE RESIDENTIAL AWARD: sponsored by The Hans & Marit Rausing Charitable Trust
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To create a family house to reflect both contemporary and vernacular design and offer flexibility in layout to meet possible future needs of the occupants. Local architectural references and materials were used, whilst working with a team of local designers and builders with a compatible ethos.
Submitted by: Jennifer Lewin, RIBA for Jennifer Lewin Architect, Midhurst. Tel: 01730 810 870 www.jenniferlewin.co.uk
Architect: Jennifer Lewin
Contractors: Agincourt Contractors, Petersfield. Tel: 01730 301 002 www.agincontractors.co.uk
Craftsmen: Roofers, Leadworkers, Joiners and Stonemasons all with Agincourt Contractors
Other: Richard Glover RICS for Richard Glover Surveyors collaborated throughout with Jennifer Lewin RIBA.
Tel: 01730 231 390 www.richardgloversurveyors.com
The project involved the refurbishment of this property of historic interest. The property was re-roofed with an eco-friendly Sedum warm roof. Remedial treatments were carried out to the woodwork, as well as the installation of dpm. Updates and full decoration were carried out both internally and externally.
Submitted by: E A Chiverton Ltd, Chichester. Tel: 01243 865 771. www.eachiverton.co.uk
Architect: Tim Francis BA (hons), Dip Arch, ARB for Cullinan Studios. Tel: 020 7704 1975. www.edwardcullinanarchitects.co.uk
Contractors: E A Chiverton Ltd.
Derby Court is a four storey flat roofed building dating from circa 1960 and is of load bearing brick construction. The aim of the refurbishment was to respect and enhance the functionalist design and efficiency of the existing modernist design.
Submitted by: David Betts ARB, owner. Details on request.
Architect: David Betts ARB.
Site Manager: David Betts and John Cullen.
Contractors: David Betts and John Cullen.
Craftsmen: David Betts and John Cullen.
The brief was to repair a car crash damaged timber framed property. Partial dismantle repair and rebuild of historic oak frame structure with brick infill panels.
Submitted by: Heartwood Construction and Joinery, Kingston. Tel: 01273 782 949. www.heartwoodconstruction.co.uk
Architects: Roger Bunny for EAR Sheppard Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers Limited, Hastings. Tel: 01424 439 825. www.earsheppard.co.uk
Contractors: Heartwood Construction and Joinery.
Craftsmen: Christopher Payne and Paul Barker. Details on Request.
The brief was to replace the former collection of haphazard sheds with outbuildings arranged around a walled kitchen garden. The brief evolved through discussion with Charles Morris, firstly to give the buildings some architectural presence, and secondly to create a rational connection between house and outbuildings.
Submitted by: Richard Nicholls, Nicholls Countryside Construction, Kirdford. Tel: 01403 820 750. www.nichollsltd.com www.nichollsboreholes.co.uk
Architect: PWP Architects, Havant. Tel: 023 9248 2494. www.pwp-architects.com
Lead Designer: Charles Morris LVO FRICS, Blythburgh, Suffolk, IP19 9LR.
Contractors: Nicholls Countryside Construction Ltd, Brownings Barn, Glasshouse Lane, Kirdford, West Sussex RH14 0LW.
The Mill was an unused commercial Grade II listed four-storey building with elevations of red brick with lacing courses of grey headers and casement windows under a hipped slate roof. The property has recently been converted to form two duplex apartments.
Submitted by: Jennifer Prager.
Designer: John Wyatt for Wyatt Design & Build, Aubrey Cottage, Cot Lane, Chidham, West Sussex, PO18 8SU.
Site Manager: David Sandell for Sandell Contractors, Millers Ash, Clay Lane, Fishbourne, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 8AB.
The brief was to create the ultimate bespoke large scale family home. The property is a new build that’s luxuriously appointed and inspired by the local Sussex vernacular. Traditionally built and finished to exacting standards utilising handmade and natural materials.
Submitted by: 77 Built Limited, 15 Cawley Place, Cawley Road, Chichester PO19 1UZ. Tel: 07824 881 565.
Architect: Ben Smith for BIS Designs. www.bensmith.foliohd.com
Site Manager: Antony Payne for 77 Build Ltd.
The existing cottage was constructed in early 19th-century, a detached timber frame house clad in a mixture of brick, tile hanging and timber cladding with a clay tile roof. The brief was for an extension and conversion to provide a kitchen/family area and master bedroom suite.
Submitted by: Mr and Mrs D. Cowan.
Architects: David Cowan for Cowan Architects, East Grinstead. Tel: 01342 410 242. www.cowan-architects.co.uk
Contractors: Burton Group, Faversham. Tel: 01795 520 011. www.burton-group.co.uk
The restoration and conversion of a dilapidated 16th-century cottage, including thatching the roof and a new extension to match carefully the existing. The proposal to thatch the roof followed a discovery by the archaeologist showing that the cottage was thatched originally.
Submitted by: John D. Clarke Architects, Eastbourne. Tel: 01323 411 506. www.jdcarchitect.co.uk
Architect: Richard N Crook RIBA AADipl AABC FRSA for John D Clarke Architects.
Contractors: J H Payne & Sons Ltd, Hailsham. Tel: 01323 841 532 www.jhpayne.co.uk
Craftsmen: G A Macdonald (Master Thatcher), 55 Sea Lane, East Preston, West Sussex
BN16 1ND. Tel: 01903 783 858.
Other: Adrian Moore (Planning Specialist) for Parker Dann, Lewes Tel: 01273 478 654. www.parkerdann.co.uk
HTP Consulting Engineers, Little Horsted. Tel: 01825 750 440 www.htpartnership.co.uk
Maggie Henderson (Archaeological Adviser) Tel: 01903 810 373
A through-life sustainable home, which celebrates its hill top site, at Fairlight. The resulting form serves to reduce the mass of the scheme, clearly delineating the public side facing the adjacent houses and the wind protected private side facing the wild flower meadow.
Submitted by: Jacqui Lait and Peter Jones CBE.
Architect: Caspar Rodgers Ba (Hons), Dip Arch, ARB, RIBA for Alma-Nac Collaborative Architecture, London. Tel: 0207 928 2092 www.alma-nac.com
Craftsmen: Oliver Adams, please see Building Crafts Award.
A refurbishment and extension to a large classical period country house built in the late 1800s. The brief was for extensive interior and exterior refurbishment works incorporating a new grand staircase, landscaping works including a new pool house and a basement wine cellar.
Submitted by: jbArchitecture, Chichester. Tel: 01243 785 342. www.jbarch.co.uk
Contractor: Nicholas Coppin Ltd, Ford. Tel: 01243 555 711. www.nicholascoppin.com
Site Manager: Sean Guy and Nicholas Coppin Ltd.
Other: Your Garden Design (Landscaping), Chichester. Tel: 01243 532 915. www.yourgardendesign.co.uk