Silver House by Hyde+Hyde has been shortlisted for yet another architectural award!Silver House has been shortlisted for the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Award. The Stephen Lawrence Prize rewards the best projects with a construction budget of less than £1 million.
2 of our projects have recently been announced winners for the AJ Architecture Awards 2017.Hidden House by Coffey Architects won the ‘House of the Year’ award 2017 and the Warwick Hall project won ‘Heritage Project of the Year.’
Old Fort Road was featured in the May issue of Grand Designs in the ‘Grand Guide’ section of the magazine within an editorial titled ‘Choose a route to a self-build home’. The project was captioned ‘Coastal Gem’ in the ‘Custom build’ section of the editorial
Jura House was featured in the Self-build Guide section of the May issue of Grand Designs. The article was titled ‘How to Pay for your Self-build’ with advice on finding your budget and working to a fragmented schedule.Jura House is a new build in Surrey with an incredible glazing and timber design.
IQ Glass was recently mentioned in the April issue of Grand Designs magazine in the Style Finder section of the magazine. The ‘In Detail’ feature was titled ‘Light Dining’ and focused on structural glass roofs. The image example shows a structural glass roof that has been installed in a dining area.
Ashley Road was featured in the March issue of Homebuilding and Renovating in the Portfolio section of the magazine, under the title ‘A House with a Heart’. The original annexes used to extend the Victorian house had been demolished and replaced with the contemporary extension.
Our project Malbrook Road was featured in the Opun blog in May within an article titled, ‘5 Ways to Welcome Summer into Your Home’. This blog post was focused on ways to make the most of the summer from your home.The first way suggested was to install some new bifolding patio doors.
Dalston House was featured in the Real Homes supplement ‘Extensions for Every Budget’. This project was part of the ‘Extend for Under £50K’ section of the supplement. ‘Streamlined Space’ was the title for Dalston House and the project cost £36,000 for design and installation.
This double height extension project by Paul Archer Design and IQ Glass cost £36,000 for the glazing design, materials and construction.The design brief for this project was to create a light, open scheme reminiscent of the homeowner's old loft apartment.
Paulton’s Square was featured in the supplement in the ‘Extend for under £100K’ section. The design, supply and installation of this double height glass extension cost £60,000.The design brief for this London home was to design and install a double height glass box with slim sightlines.
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