Marine Court
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Marine Court

Located close to the vibrant heart of Southsea the clients of this beach side property required a larger kitchen and dining room with only a limited about of space available to extend into the garden.

This beautiful space gives extra space whilst still flooding the room with natural sunlight.

Rear and Side Extension

The brief for this large Edwardian town house located in central Southsea, was to create a modern contemporary extension that would be sympathetic to the amazing period building already there.

James Potter Architectural Practice designed this ultra modern look using nostalgic detailing such as Crittal windows, heritage skylights and exposed steel beams to create this stunning kitchen diner space.

The very tight rear garden space incorporated a large patio area clad in porcelain tiles.

Outdoor Living Space with Sliding/Bi-Folding Doors

People are enjoying the outdoor life more and more and we at Hambrook Construction Services are being asked regularly to make the most of people’s outdoor spaces – it may be that just a few small improvements will transform a straightforward garden into an area of leisure and entertainment.

This average-sized family home in Emsworth was transformed into an ultra-modern designer-style property by the addition of a stunning outside living area, complete with sunken jacuzzi. The entire corner section of the ground floor was removed and new steel beams were installed to carry the upper floor. A system of German folding doors was installed so that, when open, the flow from the kitchen to the garden is seamless, giving a feel of space and outdoor luxury living.

Absolute precision and good technical knowledge is essential in this type of project to ensure all components come together perfectly – the results of the skills employed are plain to see.


Oak-Framed Extension

This is an oak-framed extension to a Grade 2 listed property in Lavant, West Sussex.

We had no access to the rear of the property so a tunnel of plywood was constructed from the front door to the rear through which all material was taken.

A temporary joiner’s workshop was created in the back garden and the structure you see was built on-site.

It is worth mentioning that the clients were able to remain in their house, in total comfort, whilst all of the building works were completed.