Planning Permission was recently granted for a bespoke
house renovation
project in the Scottish Borders.
The primary aim of the project is to improve daylight
levels and remove pinch points within an existing galley kitchen. The design
reconfigures the internal layout of the existing kitchen and dining rooms to simplify
the plan, to eliminate an awkward arrangement and to allow for an enlarged

The design makes use of the previous single storey
, opening up one side with a feature glazed wall, framed in aluminium.
This floods the space with natural light and connects it with the garden beyond.
Landscaping improvements will be made to complete the overall scheme which includes
a new feature garden wall, a sun terrace and revised decked area.