Combining period features with a contemporary twist – Oxshott Rise, Cobham

We extended and fully remodelled this 1930s Arts and Crafts house, in the style of M.H. Ballie Scott, on a private Surrey estate. Phase One increased the accommodation from 3 to 7 bedrooms, including a large new master suite. Downstairs, living areas were knocked together to create a home for modern living, fusing contemporary interiors with a traditional exterior.

A new entrance porch was created under the remarkable 55 degree pitched roof that dominates the frontage of the house and a generous statement front door now marks the entrance. Phases Two and Three are in the pipeline.

  • Project Category: Conservation
  • Project Details: 7 bedroom 1930s house, 3 bathrooms, entrance hall, reception room, kitchen-family room, utility room, study and WC
  • Specific needs: A family home renovation and extension for a large family
  • Project year: 2010
  • Location: Cobham




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– Frank Gehry

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