Jonathan Brunskill Associates
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Jonathan Brunskill Associates Jonathan Brunskill specialises in the redesign, extension and repair of houses for private clients. He has considerable experience in the restoration of period houses, with a proven track record in planning and listed building consent for projects, in the country and in London. The practice brings an individual eye to the planning and redesign of external and internal space and believes in working closely with the client to prepare a brief and develop the design of each project.

The careful use of materials and manipulation of space and light play an essential part in creating a good and lasting design.

Planning and Listed Building Consent was granted to carry out internal and external alterations to the four storey house. Original panelling and other joinery details were repaired in the course of the extensive refurbishment. Access from the kitchen up to the garden was created and French doors installed. The house is a four storey Grade II Listed

We were commissioned by the owners to prepare designs for a full refurbishment, with planning and listed building consent for a striking two-storey rear extension, and conversion of a garage. The two-storey rear extension has a zinc roof, a balcony with glass balustrade, and powder coated patent glazing. The top-lit dining room forms the upper part

Using Victorian artists' studios as a model, we designed two dormers with tall steel-framed windows for this end of terrace house in South London, where planning restrictions prevented standard solutions. The two dormers have moulded cornices and lead cladding, and are offset to accommodate the balcony and staircase.

We were commissioned by the Client to convert a Victorian print works into residential and commercial units. We added a second floor to match the design of the lower floors and received planning permission for six flats, two commercial units and two one-bed houses on the end of the development. A second floor was added to the building and the pilaster

Planning and listed building consent was obtained to demolish and re-build the extension (constructed over 40 years ago using inappropriate materials). We designed the new extension to be re-built in brick with lime mortar, with detailing and sash windows appropriate to the period of the house. The kitchen has an oak herringbone floor and the fenestration

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