APPRAISAL OF SITE & CLIENT NEEDS
We advised our client to carefully consider their options and they decided to take some time to deliberate. During our initial feasibility we had spoken about the possibility of a more modest extension to the width of the rear protrusion, and when they returned to us for further consideration we began to explore this possibility in more depth. The result was that decreasing the size of the extension in fact improved the aspect of each of the rooms, and of the garden, whilst releasing more budget to do something more architecturally striking. It also had the side effect of defining the different zones internally much more successfully than the two options above, where the extra width created confused spacial proportions.