Fir House

Extension, Refurbishment + Alterations

Bransgore, Hampshire

Set on the edge of the New Forest, Footprint Architects latest residential project is the completion of an extension to a 1960’s bungalow, in Bransgore Gardens.

Situated to the back of the bungalow in a low lying, unused area of the garden the extension provides a new 30 sqm living room and study area. Designed to take advantage of the tree lined backdrop the design is a light filled single storey vaulted room, connecting the garden and the sky.

Peter Ward, Director of the Bournemouth based architectural practice said “our aspirations were to do something economic but uplifting to what was a fairly ordinary 2 bedroom bungalow. The extension is deliberately designed as a separate entity to distinguish old and new”.

The works at Bransgore Gardens also included the refurbishment of the bathroom, the conversion of the former living room to a bedroom and knocking through to form a family kitchen diner opening out onto a new raised terrace externally.

open plan kitchen diner with industrial lighting
charred timber detail with sliding doors
double height family home extension with large window to garden
charred timber bungalow extension with large glazed openings
modern family bungalow extension with vaulted ceiling and large glazed openings
family bungalow with modern charred timber extension

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