Scenario Architecture’s Ongoing Projects
2017 marked the ten year anniversary of Scenario Architecture and we have been fortunate to have worked on some great projects over the past decade. Recently, we have been working on some great projects and want to share with you some details about four of these projects.
Macron Place is a project we are working on with a side and rear extension with a renovation of the ground floor and redesign of the first floor. The existing property was believed to have been built in the mid-20th century in a contemporary architectural style.
The proposed extension is to the rear and side of the house. The aim is to create a light and bright, open plan kitchen, living, and dining space and on the upper floor to accommodate the three bedrooms, en-suite, and a family bathroom.
Several skylights are proposed in the roof of the extension to bring natural light into the interior.
The extension is clad in timber, and a new flat green roof for the ground floor rear extension will be implemented and will be clad in contemporary materials.
The Redcliffe Road project is a complete refurbishment and rear extension with a new underground gym outbuilding.
Our clients for this project are a young family with three children, who are creating a family-friendly space. The lower ground floor extension has been extended enough to allow space for large gatherings in the dining and kitchen area, which is directly connected to the garden. On the Ground floor an open-plan space where the whole family gathers doubles as the central hub of the house.
The garden provides an elevated platform, which also incorporates an underground gym with a sky view.
Burkes Road is a renovation and extension of an Edwardian detached house situated within a spacious beautiful garden.
We wished to create a link between the Edwardian style and the contemporary extension. The family in this home wanted their home to reflect their desire to be together visually even when engaged in different activities. This request led to our designs revolving around a central staircase. A skylight allows light to flood in from the top all the way down to the ground floor.
The outdoor areas are equally as important as the interior ones.Facing west there is a seating arrangement that will benefit from the most beautiful view of the sunset.
This project includes a rear two-storey extension, side second-storey extension, and garage conversion into office. Our clients wanted to transform their Georgian home to accommodate their contemporary lifestyle and growing family.
We opened up the lower ground floor to create an open-plan layout, housing the kitchen and dining area while providing a space for the children to play, allowing interactions between everyone. Towards the back of the garden, the existing garage is transformed into a multifunctional office and gym.
The exciting aspect of this house is that it will be complemented with many passive and active sustainable energy implementations, allowing for better thermal performance and lower bills.
Take a look at some of our other projects here.