Domestic

House in Llanbedr
Breathing timber frame, reclaimed stone walls, reclaimed random slate roof, solar water panels, heat recovery ventilation, conservatory with brick thermal core, rural setting.

  • "Best Ecological House" Daily Telegraph Homes and Renovations Awards
  • Featured in "The Buildings of Gwynedd"


Village House in Llanbedr
Timber frame, stone cladding, conservatory and solar panels.

  • Featured in S4C homes series "Galwch Acw".




Village house in Llanfair
Close to listed buildings.






Family House in Parc, Bala
Rural setting, organic layout and sunken parking area. Close to listed buildings.





Family House in Dolgellau
"Butterfly" plan around a conservatory and a double height central family room.




House on Sloping Site, Harlech







House in a former walled garden, Bontddu







Staff House to a hotel, Llanbedr,
Timber framed and clad built on four levels over a rock outcrop.



 

Curved house, Harlech
Sitting on the beach and grounded to the site with its rough stone wall, the house design responds to the curve of the Lleyn Peninsula across the bay. From the continuous bands of windows can be seen Mount Snowdon, Criccieth Castle and the whole of the Heritage Coastline of the LLeyn down to Bardsey Island. The view from the entrance is centred on Yr Eifl, Mountain on which stands Tre'r Ceiri an ancient hillfort.
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House near Pwllheli
The new detached house is comprised of a main two storey block set out parallel to the main road and the adjoining Victorian villa while the large single storey living wing is angled to address Mynydd Carnguwch to the North, the mountain below which the family farm lies.



House near Church, Clynnog Fawr
This house has been built onto an old stone wall surrounding the garden of the former vicarage and is visible from the Church nearby. The form and detailing are taken from typical local agricultural vernacular as a sympathetic response to a historically important and sensitive location