White Design won the design competition to provide a design for the Stokes Croft Gateway as part of the Local sustainable Transport Fund for Bristol City Council.
Bathcraft House in Redlynch is a 6 unit affordable housing scheme for Wiltshire Rural Housing Association. The scheme builds on our innovative and cost effective solutions and achieves Code for Sustainable Homes level 4 on an industrial infill site.
On the site of an old primary school in Bramley, Leeds is LILAC. The UK's first affordable, ecological co-housing project. The development of twenty houses and apartments welcomed its first resisdents back in March, and recently celebrated its official opening event.
White Design are proud to announce that the Nucleus building at Hayesfield Girls School has just won a 'Green Energy Award'.
Bunkers Hill is a conversion and extension of a traditional Cornish granite cow-barn into a four bedroom family home for a young couple from Devon.
As part of a multidiscipline offer White Design landscape are involved in the master planning of the site as well as the LVIA chapter of the environment statement.
Yanley Lane is a residential extension to a building that was originally a summer dwelling for a market gardener positioned within a surrounding market garden. The site is now located in a conservation area and within the greenbelt, and has undergone a number of additions and extensions throughout its history.
A new 2 storey classroom extension will provide Glenfrome Primary School with the additional 6 classrooms required to become a two form entry school.
May Park Primary School, situated off Coombe Road in Eastville, Bristol, provides a site with significant opportunity to increase student numbers and expand from a two form entry to a four form entry primary school under Bristol City Council’s draft ‘School Organisation Strategy’.
Replacing the Old Green Lane Junior School, Dewstow Primary and Nursery school is a new 210 place primary school, with a 30 place nursery.
The Project at Mowhay barn, St Ervan is for the extension of a traditional converted Cornish barn into a four bedroom family home.
The Wiltshire Rural Housing Association has engaged White Design to deliver an 8 to 10 unit housing scheme. The scheme builds on our innovative and cost effective solutions and achieves Code for Sustainable Homes level 4. The homes will integrate passivhaus principles and consider Housing and Community Association (HCA) housing standards. Secure by Design, Lifetime Homes and the principles of Wiltshire Rural Housing will all be integrated in the project at Minety.
White Design are pleased to see LILAC featured in another publication.
Refurbishment of a Victorian house in Bristol
‘Over 50% 0f Bristol’s total Housing Stock was built pre 1919’ (Source: Beacon Councils Scheme – Housing Renewal 2005/6).
On Friday 13th June (unlucky for some!) White Design project May Park Primary in Bristol won the South West Built Environment Award, 'Project of the Year'.
The Green Apple awards celebrate the annual international campaign to recognise, reward and promote environmental best practice around the world.
LILAC won in the Residential Projects Category, and White Design are really pleased to receive the award.
Thomas Hardy's visitor Centre continues on site and nears completion.
The visitor centre will be completed in the next couple of weeks ready for its official opening on 11th September 2014.
Thomas Hardy's Visitor Centre was officially opened on September 11th of this year.
Karl and Carly went along to the well attended event and enjoyed a guided tour of both the Visitor Centre and Thomas Hardy's Cottage.
Skanska Residential selected White Design to be one of six architects on their housing panel. The first phase of the competition attracted submissions from over 30 practices and judged the firm’s compatibility with Skanska Residential.
Millstream Cottage is an old watermill located near to the village of St Wenn on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. Over the years the barn has been extended and then converted into a dwelling in the 1990s.