contemporary design with traditional materials

Contemporary extension to listed oast house

Our client asked us to extend this Grade 2 listed oasthouse in Farnham with a contemporary addition.  By working closely with the client and the council’s conservation officers, we were able to create a light and airy space with views across the town.

Although the glazing faces South, the use of oak louvres shades the building whilst adding the industrial look of the original building.  We also had to work closely with our structural engineers to ensure the extension did not adversely affect the original listed structure.


“One would always like cost to be kept to a minimum but we feel that we could have been charged a lot more, so we think the service was good value.”

Private client, Hampshire
New outbuilding

“The council… would suggest this design and layout be adopted for other similar developments.”

Farnham Town Council
Comment on Planning Application

“Excellent service … We would happily recommend this company and especially Mr Wilson.”

Private client, Hampshire
Annex to dwelling

“Just been to the house and it’s looking great. Smiles all round from my point of view – looks awesome.”

Private Client, Surrey
New dwelling

“The extension was the right decision, it looks great and the roof design makes it look as if it’s always been here. Great design!”

Private Client, Ascot
Small extension

“We got planning! It’s all online. Thanks for your help in putting together a really good set of documents.”

Private Client, Kingston upon Thames
Extension to listed building