June looks set to be another interesting month for us here at Mash Architecture, with a number of our architectural commissions and interior design projects rapidly taking shape on site, and a number of other projects having recently been completed.
Our recently completed conversion of The Old Chapel, Rawdon, Leeds
A number of new architectural projects have also landed on the drawing board, so to speak, with various planning applications across West Yorkshire currently being drawn up, or having recently been submitted to the local planners. These projects include a large two-storey wrap-around extension in Baildon, near Bradford, a link extension and basement music room conversion, within a Conservation Area, again in Baildon, a contemporary wrap-around kitchen and dining extension in Chapel Allerton, Leeds and other house extensions in Saltaire and Guiseley, Leeds.
A recently completed oak porch extension in Baildon, Bradford
Architectural and design work is also due to start soon an a very exciting ultra-modern extension on an old lock-keeper’s cottage near the Five Rise Locks in Bingley, West Yorkshire, which we are particularly excited about, and we’ll hopefully update the blog with pictures and sketches in due course.
We offer a no-obligation free consulation for all new architectural enquiries, and we cover Leeds, Bradford, Ilkley, Harrogate and the Yorkshire region. We also provide our Architectural and interior design services in the Greater Manchester area (particularly South Manchester and the areas of Altrincham, Hale, Hale Barns, Bowdon, Mobberley, Knutsford, Wilmslow & Alderley Edge)