Client: Navigation Inn
This derelict public house was in desperate need of revival, the client purchased the property to convert to a single dwelling house. The building was completely gutted and left only three original walls remaining. The structure was supported and redesigned using cleverly placed steelwork. A new glass extension was constructed adjacent to the canal to capture those beautiful views, along with a rear extension with glass panel. Up above the glass extension made room for a gorgeous roof top glass balcony area from the master bedroom with hot tub. After much debate the vast roof space was re-constructed and created a new second floor with gallery balcony area from the ground floor and creating a stunning central spine open staircase finished with oak treads and glass balustrading. This has created a stunning entrance hall completed vaulted to the roof with natural daylight flooding from two lage roof light’s. The project has been revamped from derelict unwanted pub to a fantastic 5 bedroom dwelling with natural daylight flooding through at every opportunity.