This 1920’s built Cotswold Manor House underwent a major refurbishment with the addition of two large extensions and a new garage block as well as a new basement area in the existing house. Local Cotswold stone was used to construct the coursed rubble walls with stone slates for the roofs.
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The Listed front elevation of this central London townhouse was supported and protected while the entire rear and mews house were demolished and rebuilt to a new design. Axtell Perry Symm, the stone division of Symm, manufactured and fitted impressive stone staircases and Symm Home Technology returned to design and fit the audio, visual and lighting.
The roof of this glass extension to a Victorian house in Central London serves as an innovative patio for the first floor kitchen and is etched to depict the night sky. Glass fronted cupboards are illuminated by LEDs which slowly change in colour from white through red to green and which is accessed by a glass balcony in the master bedroom.
Coral stone from the Dominican Republic was selected for this beautiful Florida house.
Symm worked with architect Ptolemy Dean to build this timeless new house using local materials such as field flint, knapped flint and burned brick. The skills demanded of the Symm craftsmen were exacting, a challenge they rose to and enjoyed in order to achieve the very pleasing details and finish in the completed house.
A contemporary interpretation of the traditional English country house. This fine example of early 19th century Regency architecture had lost all its original interiors. However, this presented the rare opportunity for a complete redesign of the internal spaces.