March 2016 sees another busy, interesting and varied month for us here at Mash Architecture. We have obtained planning permission for two of our more recent architectural commissions. The first being in the form of a substantial residential extension to the Old Station House in Woodlesford, Leeds. The house is of significant architectural importance, and a sympathetic scheme has been developed to extend the property, which replicates many of the original architectural details.
A hand drawn architectural sketch drawing of the proposed Station House extension at Woodlesford, Leeds
The second planning permission recently obtained being for a large, very contemporary extension along with other alterations to a property in Menston, near Ilkley, which we feel utilises very modern architectural elements, and fuses them well against the traditional aesthetic of the original house.
A 3D photo-realistic visual of the proposed extension in Menston, near Ilkley.
Elsewhere we are working on new architectural commissions for extensions and alterations to homes in Menston, Ben Rhydding and Ilkley, as well as Adel and Guiseley in North Leeds. We are also developing our detailed, working drawings for an enormous new house in Idle, near Bradford, for which we obtained planning permission around 12 months ago. Due to there being history of coal mining under this site, it has been necessary to undertake some detailed ground investigation works, which have now been completed, and has paved the way for the project to move forward on to site.
A 3D photo-realistic Architectural visual of the proposed house in Idle, Bradford.
All in all, an exciting few months ahead for us here at Mash Architecture. If you would also like some assistance with an architectural or interior design project, and you live in Leeds, Ilkley, Bradford, Harrogate or surrounding area, then please feel free to get in touch via our contact form on this website….