How Studio Bark’s initiative made Nest House a reality for Francine and Stephen Burns.
Vale Southern Construction has handed over a £2.5m residential project, which has created a stunning family home on the Isle of Wight.
Here at i-Build, we’ve been following Rob Hunt’s water tower conversion for quite some time. Throughout the past two years, we’ve been avidly watching Rob’s inspirational progress as he battled the complexities naturally associated with curved concrete structures. Unsurprisingly, when Rob informed the i-Build team that his build was completed…
21 Feb 2023
Following in the footsteps of their siblings, Kevin Keane and Shawna Sherlock jumped at the opportunity of building their own home when a family member’s plot of land became available. Here, Shawna talks to i-Build’s Editor, Rebecca Kemp, about how the County Meath-based pair made their dreams of self building…
20 Dec 2022
Contemporary and sustainable architecture practice CaSA has cleverly remodelled an original 1960s property with a focus on affordable and futureproofed solutions, creating an intelligently-refurbished family home that was recently announced as the 2022 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 'South West Building of the Year'. Here, i-Build walks you through…
London-based renovator, MyEdge2.com, has converted the interior of a 19th century flat to meet needs of young urban professionals. The specialist recently finished the complete structural renovation and interior refurbishment of a ground floor flat in a Victorian terrace in Fulham to stunning effect.
Nestled in the vales of the Eastern Townships, near the Vermont border, the Abercorn Chalet is the brainchild of Laurent Guez, Designer and Partner at Tux Creative. His aim was to create a unique living experience through architecture, embodying contrasts of harmony, open spaces and cosy areas.
A retired neurosurgeon is poised to welcome his first Airbnb guests to a converted concrete water tower at the bottom of his garden – thanks to an imaginative transformation of the decommissioned edifice.
Christopher Ploutarhou’s parents had owned the same plot of land in Cyprus for many years and he’d always loved it there. The view from the plot was phenomenal so it seemed clear to him what he needed to do.