Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Stannexe: before and after

A great post at Tiny House Blog by Benjamin Vine gives the rundown on The Stannexe (studio+annexe), a garage conversion in Hastings to be used as an artist's workspace with accommodation, designed by rpd architects. Here's a snippet:
"Externally the new elements of the building are timber framed with efficient locally sourced Sweet Chestnut cladding, the roof finish is reclaimed slate and the doors/windows were all manufactured locally. Internally, the Stannexe has a kitchen, large double height studio/living space, a fully tiled wet room, a separate unheated storage space with mezzanine storage/sleeping platform above. Due to the building’s large south facing windows and high thermal efficiency with modern under floor heating it requires minimal energy to heat and light."
You can see lots more photos at the post and rpd's Facebook page. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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