RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS

Architectural Projects for Residential Buildings, Matlock, Derbyshire

Our comprehensive architectural services in Matlock, Derbyshire, include conceptual and schematic design, permissions from local authorities and construction documentation. We can take control of the whole process, so why not give us a call, today, to discuss your dream project?

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New Build Home, Brackenfield

This is a design for a new build home in Brackenfield, Derbyshire.

The proposal is for a simple stone domestic dwelling with a rectangular footprint. A traditional Derbyshire stone will be used, irregular and rustic in appearance.

As the property will be sited near to both a contemporary new-build and an older stone farm-house,
it is deemed appropriate that the design of the house takes on the right balance of old and new.
For this reason, as in some of the images opposite, the rural feel of the stone walls and blue slate roof will be complimented with a modern approach to the windows, doors and main entrance.

The gently sloping, southerly aspect of the site offers an excellent opportunity to design a layout and to orientate the house so that it is more energy efficient with passive solar gain being easily achieved via South facing double glazing. This will be combined with the use of thermally massive materials such as a Derbyshire lime-stone internal floor to capture the suns heat during the day and warm the house during the night. The walls will be designed to allow for an optimum amount of insulation in order to achieve a U-value which exceeds that required by Building regulations.

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Link extension building, Matlock, Derbyshire

Link Extension, Matlock

This proposal is for a link extension to a propery in the centre of Matlock. The existing home is stone built and has a rich history with it's previous life being not just 2 properties but also serving as a local shop.

As with many of our projects, the client for this project was looking to provide ancilary accommodation for a dependant relative - who also would need an element of independance.

The proposal links the old house with the garage which is converted into a one bedroom annex. Amendments to the garage such as bi-fold doors, skylights and an external deck provide an external venacular appearance.

The link also serves as an extened kitchen space and garden room to the main house.

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Home extension in Amber Valley, Derbyshire, by Manning Holden Architects

Home Extension, Amber Valley, Derbyshire

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Conversion of workers outbuilding

Conversion of Workers Outbuilding to a Family Home

This change of use project was granted planning approval for the conversion of an old workers out-building in clients back garden into a two bedroom property to accommodate a young family.

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Extension on Moorledge, Matlock

Extension on Moorledge, Matlock

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Cottage in Darley Dale, Derbyshire

Cottage in Darley Dale, Derbyshire Dales


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House on Megdale, Maltock

House on Megdale, Matlock


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House remodel in Ashover, Derbyshire Dales

House Remodel, Ashover

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Single storey rear extension

Single Storey Rear Extension

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New Build Family Home

This is a new build project for a contemporary family home on a green field site in the Peak District. The design is still under progress as we prepare for a full planning application.

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New Build Bungalow, Chesterfield

MHA have recently obtained planning permission for a 4 bedroom family home in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Situated on a secluded site within the woods, the bungalow boasts open kitchen diner, large bedrooms, ample storage and a spacious patio accessed via bi-folding glass doors.

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Agricultural building, Alfreton, Derbyshire

This project is for a local client who requires the demolition of an existing stable building - to be replaced with new workshop and garage accommodation. This is a simple but sustainable design project using ethically sourced larch cladding and a sedum roof for ecological value.

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Garden office, Saxilby, Lincolnshire

This is a design for a new garden office which MHA pushed through both Planning and Building Control approval. The garden office uses a timber frame construction method and is clad in cedar cladding with a traditional slate roof.

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Home extension, Darley Dale, Derbyshire

MHA have recently received planning permission for a two story extension to a family home in Derbyshire. The extension provides extensive views across the Peak District and will allow for the family to have a new play room, utility room and office space.

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Garden Room, Ogston, Derbyshire

This is a design proposal to replace an existing conservatory with a new garden room. Special attention was paid to the stone work to achieve a structure which knitted in with the existing stone house.

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Garage to Annex Conversion

MHA have recently received planning consent for a one bedroom annex to a home in Matlock. The proposal involved the redesign of an existing garage to provide additional accommodation for the home owners.

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Residential House and Shop Darley Dale

Design for a new build newsagent with living accommodation above and offices at attic level. The design picks up on the materials of the surrounding stone houses, using timber cladding to add a contemporary feel to it whilst maintaining a rustic countryside aesthetic.s.

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New build in the Derbyshire Dales

New Build, Derbyshire Dales


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Home extension, Newark


Design options for a client in Nottinghamshire who required design options for a reconfiguration of their home prior to a planning application being undertaken. The new layout allows the client to have a large kitchen diner opening onto their garden as well as a separate tv / play room.

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Campden Hill, Kensington

This one hundred million pound high-spec residential development comprises two acres of land and looks over the sensitive setting of Holland Park in London. The 17000 m2 scheme comprises 69 private luxury residential apartments ranging from one bedroom 90m2 dwellings to a 760m2 5 bedroom pent house, spaced over 6 floors. A project worked on by Anna in previous employment.

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Home Reconfiguration, Oaker

This project in Oaker, Derbyshire involves the reconfiguration of a client's home to improve the flow between spaces. This is enabled by relocating the staircase and creating a larger dining area.

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