Six Hills Road
Planning permission has been achieved for a new three storey family home on Six hills Road, replacing a small timber bungalow on the property. The clients had been looking for the perfect location to build their dream home for many years before finding the appropriate plot and enlisting Hickman and Smith Architects to turn their ‘self-build’ design aspirations into a reality.
The design reflects the needs and style of the young family and incorporates many personal design features. The front of the house is stately with well-ordered rooms, whilst the rear of the house has a dynamic double height and open plan space. The design incorporates large windows which optimise natural light and create an immersive connection with the outdoors and captures the energetic industrial aesthetic which suits the client’s vibrant family lifestyle.
Status: RIBA Stage 03
The approachability of Adam, David, and their colleagues was very helpful for us. It was useful to have their take on our ideas-validating them or where they felt necessary challenging them. This was done in a constructive way.
My experience of Hickman and Smith could not have been better. The result of their effort is just terrific.
Outstanding service. Professional and innovative. Listened to our wishes. Great results. David and Adam provided a very professional service throughout our project.
They were innovative in their approach and suggested a range of design and layout options that my wife and I had not even realised would be possible.
We used Hickman & Smith for our project. They came up with a number of ideas to create the space and feel we were after. David Gladstone was unfailingly patient. Fees were fair and transparent.
No hesitation in recommending to others.
My go to architects for any project of any size.
Brilliant from day one to completion.
Hickman and Smith have creatively designed us a comfortable 3 bedroom home including very usable rooms with storage upstairs where we only expected a loft space.
The end result is a very special ‘forever’ home in a lovely rural setting.