Many of our architectural projects here at Mash involve works to houses that were typically built between the turn of the Twentieth Century and the Second World War (1900-1939). Standard across these houses are separate lounge and dining rooms and small, functional kitchens. This was the way of the world in those days, it was how people lived, and it is also what many clients inheret when buying a home. Since Mash Architecture first began trading in early 2010, we have undertaken around 1,000 projects and almost half of them have involved ground floor extensions with significant opening-up works across the ground floor accommodation. Therefore, it is reasonable to state that we specialise in such projects.
Modern family living typically involves open-plan kitchens with dining space and entertaining areas which are flexible enough to cover a multitude of social occasions and functions. We enjoy these projects, and so to, it appears, do our clients. We will typically provide schematic designs for kitchens (which are often further developed by kitchen specialists) and we will design lighting, flooring and internal fixtures and fittings solutions, as well as providing detailed architectural plans for planning permission and/or building regulations approval purposes.
We have invaluable experience in such projects and we offer comprehensive and competitive fee schedules, meaning that we can offer a great deal of information / service for a cost-effective fee.
If you are planning to undertake a building project – be it an extension, loft conversion, or refurbishment project – then by all means contact us via the contact form on this site, or give us a call, and we’ll be happy to assist you.