Residential Architecture Services around Lincolnshire
Neil Dowlman Architecture is Lincolnshire and the UK’s trusted team of architectural professionals. With offices throughout Lincolnshire in Alford, Boston, Horncastle, Louth, Stamford and Skegness we specialise in residential, commercial, leisure, industrial and educational projects. Providing a comprehensive range of residential architecture services, including planning, design and project management, we make residential building simple. From residential extensions to new developments, our talented team of Chartered Architectural Technologists and Chartered Building Engineers provide personalised solutions. Chat with your local Lincolnshire team at Neil Dowlman Architecture today to find out more about our UK-wide residential architecture services.
A contemporary extension to a traditional dwelling to form an open plan kitchen/dining/living space opening up to the garden.
An extension to a 1 bedroom flat at Portland Rise in London to create a further bedroom and kitchen/dining/living space that opens up to the garden.
Front face lift, extension and internal remodelling to a 1970s house, to provide a new kitchen and dining area which opens out to the garden.
A Queen Anne style double gabled house with traditional interior but with single storey wing that hosts modern day open plan kitchen/dining/living space with large glazed sliding doors that open up to the garden.
Existing and proposed drawings of a house which is to be remodelled and extended significantly in Gerrards Cross.
Remodelling and extending a tired old farm house with a contemporary extension using modern materials such as zinc and larch cladding
This client approached us after receiving a Planning Refusal using another architectural practice. Here we show early concept sketches and the finished drawings for the Planning Application.
Contemporary extensions and remodelling of garage to create two tone timber extensions with flat roofs and a glazed lantern. The framed structure is in solid Oak.
A Contemporary extension which uses aluminium cladding and steel with much glass, lantern and Bi-fold doors, on a traditional early/mid 20th Century traditional house. The result provides open plan living which reaches out to the garden.
A series of barn conversions and new build mock barn conversions to form a housing development in the Green Belt of Hertfordshire.
A Queen Anne style House with modern open plan living using large sliding glazed doors to bring the outside in.
A rural mixed Housing Scheme for Outline Planning including use of green space and Sustainable Drainage System (SUDs).
A proposed dwelling faithfully representing the Regency Period on a hillside in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds. This is an early concept sketch designed to be supported by the Planning Policy wording of [...]
Early sketches of an Arts and Crafts style house in Brigsley, North Lincolnshire. The house boasts a traditional oak cruck frame and full height feature glazing. The building is clad in timber and brick [...]
A replacement dwelling in the Lincolnshire Wolds. The dwelling represents a beautifully proportioned Queen Anne Style residence providing symmetry aligned on the axis of a repositioned driveway. [...]
Proposed Housing Development. 95 dwellings, designed in the form of a typical Lincolnshire Marsh village with green spaces and swales to deal with flood risk issues. We carefully studied the form of Marsh village [...]
Concept sketches of a new house which provides fashionable layering of the façade using a combination of modern materials and the use of a solar panelled roof as a feature. [...]
A replacement dwelling on the edge of a golf course in Seacroft, Skegness. The house was a replacement dwelling which under normal planning rules could only be 15% larger than the original. However due [...]