Shearwaters is a replacement dwelling designed by OB Architecture and is located in the Pembrokeshire Town of Tenby. It is located on the southern side of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park at a cliff top boasting panoramic views from Tenby to the west and the Bristol channel to the south. Photography by Matt Cant.
The Mill House designed by OB Architecture is a Grade II listed property located in Shalford village Conservation Area. The house is set within a generous 6-acre plot with stunning views adjacent to ‘Shalford Mill’, an 18th Century watermill with Grade II * listing. Photography by Martin Gardner.
Holm Place is a new dwelling designed by OB Architecture in the rural village of South Warnborough, Hampshire, UK. The 0.12 hectare site is located in the upper garden of Manor Court, a 17th century Grade II listed building which itself is situated in the South Warnborough Conservation Area. Photography by Martin Gardner.
Ivanhoe Terrace is a project designed by OB Architecture and is located in the heart of the Winchester Conservation Area in a predominantly residential area. The existing structures on the site consisted of a 3-storey Victorian end of terrace house with a 2-storey 1960’s extension to the side. The two structures had been combined together to form an office space for the Women’s Institute.
Wrap House is a project designed by OB Architecture. Set on an unassuming narrow plot within the Metropolitan Green Belt south of London, The Wrap House is a modern 200m2, 2-storey family home overlooking the open fields of Biggin Hill Airport.