MADE Architecture was commissioned to design a new family dwelling for the client who currently resides in the existing property in Solihull.
The site lies in an established conservation residential area, well known for accommodating large aspirational houses. Drawing on features from other distinct buildings in the area, the new design offers a refreshing and unique layout with a contemporary curved living space to the rear. At the front of the property, the exterior is earmarked by a white-rendered chimney feature, inspired by a historic neighbouring property. The timelessly traditional aesthetic is brought into the modern day with timber and stone cladding, creating a cleverly concealed garage door.
Indoors, a wide entranceway offers access to the garage via the boot room, with a closed-off drawing room and study located on the opposite side. Venture further in and you’ll pass by the staircase before entering the show-stopping living space, which curves around magnificently to meet floor-to-ceiling sliding doors.
On the first and second floors, seven incredible ensuite bedrooms provide ample space for a large family and their guests, with five incorporating walk-in wardrobes and the master offering a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden.
Location: Solihull (Conservation Area)
Building Type: Residential Dwelling
Build Cost: N/A
Completion Date: N/A