Our connection with our clients is so critical to Design-itude. We always remind ourselves that the creating an individual's space is creating the space of their dreams.
From the grandest of new build designs in rural idylls…
…to the re-modelling of something smaller, but no less considered, such as this home in prime central London.
A new build should always sit in harmony with its surroundings.
The positioning of the property on the plot , and the landscape design are always considered from the outset.
Planning restrictions would have proven a stumbling block for many a designer, during the modernisation of this Grade I listed farm house and stables.
....however strong collaboration between our architecture and construction teams, ultimately created a beautiful home with this charming courtyard pool area.
Early concept sketches, illustrate how our architect’s vision was to keep the natural character of property, whilst achieving the graceful finish desired by the client.
We go to great lengths to source the best build materials. In the past purchasing entire quarries, in order to secure the supply of a particular stone required for a build.
When our client requested a pizza oven to be installed poolside. Our designers commissioned a blacksmith to wrought a bespoke iron door into the facade of the adjoining pool house. These are the touches that define Design-Itude Associates LTD
When the conservation of a rare bat breed almost prevented our clients from realising the house of their dreams, we engineered a solution that would safely accommodate these flying critters in the roof of the building and satisfy planning authorities.
When we designed and built this pool, it was constructed to precisely 12.5 meters in length, allowing our client to track his daily performance.
When we ensure each stone was hand-cut to measure and meticulously placed according to our detailed designs.
Whilst renovation is usually preferable, certainly if an existing property is listed.
Sometimes the best solution is demolition of the old to make way for the new.