Loney Street

DESCRIPTION Loney Street / A new housing Development for Silkdale Living CATEGORY Open market / help to buy housing development LOCATION Macclesfield / Cheshire / England

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We were appointed on a full Architectural Service by Silkdale Living, a Macclesfield based developer and builder. Following our work on the successful development of the concept design and planning approval. We provided full technical detail for the building and assisted during the build stage with coordination of the ‘off-site’ timber frame production and construction detailing. We also provided interior design for the properties including marketing visualisations, marketing plans and brochures for Silkdale. This development of eight, three bed houses is located on the edge of Macclesfield Town Centre on the site of a former Dye Works.
The last dye works to operate in Macclesfield
Crompton Road DYE WORKS
2006 ]
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Our designs maximise the potential of this former industrial site for the developer with a three storey town house design providing shared courtyard parking to the rear. The floor planning of the house is worked hard; a winding stair located right at the front of the property is small and efficient in footprint and animates the facade with vertical, slot windows. The form and expression of the houses is a fusion of ideas taken from local Victorian properties laid onto a modern European style town house. Facades are crafted entirely of red facing masonry. The detail and relief provided by varying bond patterns combined with masonry reveals and dormers give the feel of a monolithic, solid brick building. Slimline composite aluminium clad windows are used to dramatic effect and form generous, multi-storey glazed areas for great, light filled living spaces vertically through the houses.
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Living spaces are given priority within the home, with a generous ground floor kitchen / dining / family space and first floor living room. A spacious hallway on entry is a pure cubic form and provides easy access to cloaks, storage and wcs. All living areas and bedrooms are provided with external areas or balconies that extend the feel of space and volume for the houses. The recessed porch and fully glazed front door provides real identity and impact off the street; a nod to the period grandeur of the Victorian town house.

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DESCRIPTION Loney Street / A new housing Development for Silkdale Living CATEGORY Open market / help to buy housing development LOCATION Macclesfield / Cheshire / England
01 We were appointed on a full Architectural Service by Silkdale Living, a Macclesfield based developer and builder. Following our work on the successful development of the concept design and planning approval. We provided full technical detail for the building and assisted during the build stage with coordination of the ‘off-site’ timber frame production and construction detailing. We also provided interior design for the properties including marketing visualisations, marketing plans and brochures for Silkdale. This development of eight, three bed houses is located on the edge of Macclesfield Town Centre on the site of a former Dye Works.
The last dye works to operate in Macclesfield
Crompton Road DYE WORKS
2006 ]
]
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Our designs maximise the potential of this former industrial site for the developer with a three storey town house design providing shared courtyard parking to the rear. The floor planning of the house is worked hard; a winding stair located right at the front of the property is small and efficient in footprint and animates the facade with vertical, slot windows. The form and expression of the houses is a fusion of ideas taken from local Victorian properties laid onto a modern European style town house. Facades are crafted entirely of red facing masonry. The detail and relief provided by varying bond patterns combined with masonry reveals and dormers give the feel of a monolithic, solid brick building. Slimline composite aluminium clad windows are used to dramatic effect and form generous, multi-storey glazed areas for great, light filled living spaces vertically through the houses.
INTERIOR
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03 Living spaces are given priority within the home, with a generous ground floor kitchen / dining / family space and first floor living room. A spacious hallway on entry is a pure cubic form and provides easy access to cloaks, storage and wcs. All living areas and bedrooms are provided with external areas or balconies that extend the feel of space and volume for the houses. The recessed porch and fully glazed front door provides real identity and impact off the street; a nod to the period grandeur of the Victorian town house.
DESCRIPTION Loney Street / A new housing Development for Silkdale Living CATEGORY Open market / help to buy housing development LOCATION Macclesfield / Cheshire / England
01 We were appointed on a full Architectural Service by Silkdale Living, a Macclesfield based developer and builder. Following our work on the successful development of the concept design and planning approval. We provided full technical detail for the building and assisted during the build stage with coordination of the ‘off-site’ timber frame production and construction detailing. We also provided interior design for the properties including marketing visualisations, marketing plans and brochures for Silkdale. This development of eight, three bed houses is located on the edge of Macclesfield Town Centre on the site of a former Dye Works.
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The last dye works to operate in Macclesfield
Crompton Road DYE WORKS
2006 ]
]
02
Our designs maximise the potential of this former industrial site for the developer with a three storey town house design providing shared courtyard parking to the rear. The floor planning of the house is worked hard; a winding stair located right at the front of the property is small and efficient in footprint and animates the facade with vertical, slot windows. The form and expression of the houses is a fusion of ideas taken from local Victorian properties laid onto a modern European style town house. Facades are crafted entirely of red facing masonry. The detail and relief provided by varying bond patterns combined with masonry reveals and dormers give the feel of a monolithic, solid brick building. Slimline composite aluminium clad windows are used to dramatic effect and form generous, multi-storey glazed areas for great, light filled living spaces vertically through the houses.
INTERIOR
03 Living spaces are given priority within the home, with a generous ground floor kitchen / dining / family space and first floor living room. A spacious hallway on entry is a pure cubic form and provides easy access to cloaks, storage and wcs. All living areas and bedrooms are provided with external areas or balconies that extend the feel of space and volume for the houses. The recessed porch and fully glazed front door provides real identity and impact off the street; a nod to the period grandeur of the Victorian town house.
DESCRIPTION Loney Street / A new housing Development for Silkdale Living CATEGORY Open market / help to buy housing development LOCATION Macclesfield / Cheshire / England
01 We were appointed on a full Architectural Service by Silkdale Living, a Macclesfield based developer and builder. Following our work on the successful development of the concept design and planning approval. We provided full technical detail for the building and assisted during the build stage with coordination of the ‘off-site’ timber frame production and construction detailing. We also provided interior design for the properties including marketing visualisations, marketing plans and brochures for Silkdale. This development of eight, three bed houses is located on the edge of Macclesfield Town Centre on the site of a former Dye Works.
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Crompton Road DYE WORKS
The last dye works to operate in Macclesfield
2006 ]
]
02
Our designs maximise the potential of this former industrial site for the developer with a three storey town house design providing shared courtyard parking to the rear. The floor planning of the house is worked hard; a winding stair located right at the front of the property is small and efficient in footprint and animates the facade with vertical, slot windows. The form and expression of the houses is a fusion of ideas taken from local Victorian properties laid onto a modern European style town house. Facades are crafted entirely of red facing masonry. The detail and relief provided by varying bond patterns combined with masonry reveals and dormers give the feel of a monolithic, solid brick building. Slimline composite aluminium clad windows are used to dramatic effect and form generous, multi-storey glazed areas for great, light filled living spaces vertically through the houses.
INTERIOR
03 Living spaces are given priority within the home, with a generous ground floor kitchen / dining / family space and first floor living room. A spacious hallway on entry is a pure cubic form and provides easy access to cloaks, storage and wcs. All living areas and bedrooms are provided with external areas or balconies that extend the feel of space and volume for the houses. The recessed porch and fully glazed front door provides real identity and impact off the street; a nod to the period grandeur of the Victorian town house.
DESCRIPTION Loney Street / A new housing Development for Silkdale Living CATEGORY Open market / help to buy housing development LOCATION Macclesfield / Cheshire / England
01 We were appointed on a full Architectural Service by Silkdale Living, a Macclesfield based developer and builder. Following our work on the successful development of the concept design and planning approval. We provided full technical detail for the building and assisted during the build stage with coordination of the ‘off-site’ timber frame production and construction detailing. We also provided interior design for the properties including marketing visualisations, marketing plans and brochures for Silkdale. This development of eight, three bed houses is located on the edge of Macclesfield Town Centre on the site of a former Dye Works.
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Crompton Road DYE WORKS
The last dye works to operate in Macclesfield
02
Our designs maximise the potential of this former industrial site for the developer with a three storey town house design providing shared courtyard parking to the rear. The floor planning of the house is worked hard; a winding stair located right at the front of the property is small and efficient in footprint and animates the facade with vertical, slot windows. The form and expression of the houses is a fusion of ideas taken from local Victorian properties laid onto a modern European style town house. Facades are crafted entirely of red facing masonry. The detail and relief provided by varying bond patterns combined with masonry reveals and dormers give the feel of a monolithic, solid brick building. Slimline composite aluminium clad windows are used to dramatic effect and form generous, multi-storey glazed areas for great, light filled living spaces vertically through the houses.
INTERIOR
03 Living spaces are given priority within the home, with a generous ground floor kitchen / dining / family space and first floor living room. A spacious hallway on entry is a pure cubic form and provides easy access to cloaks, storage and wcs. All living areas and bedrooms are provided with external areas or balconies that extend the feel of space and volume for the houses. The recessed porch and fully glazed front door provides real identity and impact off the street; a nod to the period grandeur of the Victorian town house.