Light, contemporary mid terrace family home split over three floors

How did the project come together?

Uncover the story behind this open plan project

Stage 1:

Defining the layout

The space was extended and the ground floor opened, space was added as a rear extension on first floor level and the bathrooms overhauled. The brief was help our clients create entertaining space they needed to suit their busy social lives. As an added challenge the layout needed to be avoid being a carbon copy of next door. The CATO creative team managed the design, construction and finishing of this project. Our clients had lots of ideas so a key part of this project was bringing these ideas to life as part of the design and specifying. Planning, building control and all the usual permissions were managed by us. The construction and installation of everything was then managed through to completion by the team.

Stage 2:

Building Control Sign off

Automist is described in an LABC Registered Detail (EW171) for use in open plan layouts in loft converted houses in England and Wales. The Registered Details scheme allows UK building control officers to approve a project without a long and detailed investigation.

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