With our first cohort of clientele, British Home Design is well and truly underway. Behind the scenes, we are working on a diverse range of exciting projects around the UK from small-large extensions, barn conversions and one-off homes. We are enthusiastic about maintaining a collaborative approach with our clients; this is ultimately their home and our aim is to work together to make their spaces the best they can be, inside and out. But, where does it all start?
We believe that design excellence starts with understanding.
A deep understanding of clients needs as well as a fundamental understanding of the existing space. Be it a plot of land, a delapidated outbuilding or a home in need of modernisation, each project is a blank canvas which needs to be crafted around, and for, its future occupier.
We take the time to get to know both client and the existing spaces, and this is something we do well and cannot simply rush through. The 'Work In Progress' image as seen at the top here showcases the drawing progression of one of our projects, in Sussex, as a drawing turns from 2D to 3D; for our clients, this is something they want to get right to achieve the home they dream of with British Home Design commissioned to go the extra mile to ensure this happens. The measured survey allows British Home Design to thoroughly explore the home; we capture the information as photographs as seen here from one of our measured surveys undertaken in Suffolk, and recreate this measurement data as a 3D model of the entire existing property to ensure a strong, cohesive and viable design. In-person and regular remote correspondence between client and architect ensures progression is always forwards and each are in tune with one another. The blueprints are only part of the story; behind the drawing is a process and a deep understanding, on a multitude of levels.
Video: An existing survey of one of our projects, in Norfolk, drawn up in 3D.
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