PhotographerFelix Mooneeram Photography1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

Project: 1970’s Bungalow renovation
Architects: Selencky Parsons
Location: Peak District, England
Photo Credits: Felix Mooneeram

We were tasked with a brief to transform a dated, 1970’s bungalow in the Peak District into a striking contemporary home which maximised the property’s aspect looking out over the Chatsworth estate. This was achieved through the substantial remodelling of the internal spaces as well as by adding new elements creating a porch, garden room and dormer window.

1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

About Selencky Parsons
Selencky Parsons is an award-winning, progressive design practice with a proven track record in creating inspiring, bespoke designs for both existing and new homes. Their projects have featured widely in the architectural press and they were finalists in the prestigious Young Architect of the Year Awards in 2018. For Selencky Parsons, the client and the context are the biggest drivers in any project, and they enjoy the close client relationships that residential work brings. Strong concepts are at the heart of their design process, which, combined with rigorous detailing, ensures that their innovative thinking can be translated into a beautifully constructed building. Their buildings maximise the potential of their sites and are effortless in the way they flow and function. Selencky Parsons projects vary dramatically in scale and budget from small interventions that lift and reinvigorate existing homes to the creation of entirely new one-off houses both in urban and rural locations.

1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

living room, Selencky Parsons

interior design, Selencky Parsons

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1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

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1970’s Bungalow Transformed into a Striking Contemporary Home

outdoor, garden, Selencky Parsons

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