Design Work

Springfarm Reimagined

Springfarm is a grade two listed building. The client wanted to re-imagine the farm as three homes whilst retaining the character and feeling of the original building. We aimed to capture the feeling of the farm with the renders; generated from a 3D CAD file.

 

In addition to still images, we produced a fly-through video to truly create an immersion into the building and sell the design. This also had added benefits when applying for planning permission.

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Wild & Wild Cafe Extension Design

A cafe located in Congleton, Wild & Wild, enquired about producing an extension towards the rear of the property, creating more space for customers. After a site visit, we were able to produce a basic plan from which a CAD model was produced. Some images were created to present two different ideas to the client alongside potential costing.

Using both 2D and 3D CAD software aided in an understanding of space and scale whilst visiting the site gave us the opportunity to truly understand what the client wanted.

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Apple Blossom Cottage

The owners of Apple Blossom Cottage approached our team, asking for structural calculations prior to renovating their interior. The project requirements expanded, and we were asked to assist with the planning drawings, and the design of the new interior space. After producing a 3D model of the proposed extension, we were able to advise our clients.

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We found you were professional, friendly and helpful. You had good suggestions about the design/ layout and were clearly knowledgeable about how to make best use of the space.

 

It left us feeling, we should have engaged you earlier, when we were thinking through our design.

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Luton & Bedford Hospital Plant

A cafe located in Congleton, Wild & Wild, enquired about producing an extension towards the rear of the property, creating more space for customers. After a site visit, we were able to produce a basic plan from which a CAD model was produced. Some images were created to present two different ideas to the client alongside potential costing.

Using both 2D and 3D CAD software aided in an understanding of space and scale whilst visiting the site gave us the opportunity to truly understand what the client wanted.

Bombardier J Shop

The re-design of J Shop at Bombardier's Derby site led to several concepts where the colour and arrangement of acoustic panels was differed to create a more inspiring and fun workplace. The colour was matched against the corporate colours and understanding what the brand stands for.

When considering what options were available from the suppliers and the feeling that the colours needed to evoke, orange, blue and green were chosen. The use of a highlight colour on the edges helped to add further length to the space.

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