Greve de Lecq Barracks

Greve de Lecq Barracks were built as part of the defences made to repel a French invasion which was a constant threat during the Napoleonic War.  Construction began in 1810 and, once completed, each barrack block could accommodate up to 125 troops sleeping in dormitories. The army left in 1926 and the buildings fell into..

Gorey Methodist Church

The chapel conversion is in Gorey Village, Jersey, and is a former Methodist Chapel that was long disused.  It is located in a quiet coastal village street in an outlying parish of Jersey. The interior has been sectioned off into smaller spaces with a covered ceiling at eaves’ level. This was completely stripped out leaving only the trusses..

Clos de Seux

  Clos de Seux A five bedroom house overlooking St Aubin’s Bay that was built on the footprint of an existing building and completed in 2008. Objectives  A house dating from the 1960s required upgrading to modern standards and to reflect contemporary living.  The rooms all enjoy spectacular views but the location is very exposed and..

Petit Menage

Winner of the 2008 Jersey Design Award for Best Small Scale Refurbishment A conversion of a ruined coach house into two terraced houses, this was a painstaking project carefully restoring all the original features and adding some modern ones as well, such as the rear roof terraces. It was also an attempt to to have a..

Le Potager

Winner Jersey Design Awards Best Small Building Extension 2004 Our clients wished to move from the main house into a flat at the end of the existing barn. Once we had established the brief, it became clear that more living space was required than was available in the barn itself and therefore that an extension..