La Maison de Haut

New roof over North Wing at La Maison de Haut Crowning Glory for Historic Home La Maison de Haut has been developed over a number of centuries from the 14th … Read More

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The Little Chapel

The Little Chapel is located in Les Vauxbelets valley in St. Andrew, Guernsey. It was built by Brother Déodat who started work in March 1914. The current version of the … Read More

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La Ronde Cheminée

A House in a Landscape This house, designed by the Architect for his and his wife’s retirement, is in a highly sensitive location on L’Ancresse Common, surrounded by an SSS, … Read More

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The Guille-Alles Children’s Library

The old Children’s Library was tired and lacked any magic, partly due to years without anything but essential investment, but mostly as it had never been conceived as anything more … Read More

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Fermain Tower

When Fermain Tower was bequeathed to the National Trust of Guernsey in 2002 it was in near derelict condition. Though originally the plan had been to repair and open the … Read More

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Charlotte Battery Gates

During major works to the house it was deemed necessary to consider the dilapidated condition of the large 200 year old gates which secure this 20thC Open Market property. After … Read More

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Maison de la Falaise Landscaping

The landscape design for this spectacular cliff-side project was created through collaboration between landscape architect Stephen Welch and architect Andrew Dyke. The project was founded in organic design principles and … Read More

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Maison de la Falaise

Maison de la Falaise is built into a hollow quarried out of the cliff. It is an organic building which incorporates water, natural stone, timber and reed thatch. The building … Read More

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Charlotte Battery Landscaping

Set within walls dating from the Napoleonic Wars, this project needed to deliver an attractive and practical space for living, entertaining and relaxing, to include an entrance courtyard and outdoor … Read More

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St Briocq

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The Mill

The former windmill is owned by celebrated jewellery designer Cathy Best and her husband Paul Freeman. Their showroom occupies the ground floor of the mill, and their living accommodation is … Read More

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St Peter Port Constables’ Office

St. Peter Port Constables, who have been based in the Constables’ Office since the mid 1800’s, were concerned about poor access to the building and the lack of a room … Read More

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Brockhurst

Dating from circa 1740 and a Protected building, Brockhurst has provided a much needed rental income for The Trust for the past 13 years. The tenancy break enabled much needed … Read More

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No. 2 Escallonia

This extension was one of the first on the island to marry a contemporary glass structure to a historic listed dwelling, and shows how the two styles can exist in … Read More

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Les Bourgs Hospice

The biggest challenge in designing a hospice is in creating the right ambience for the most important people in the building; the patients. Whilst it is a clinical facility, and … Read More

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La Croisee

A renovated Guernsey Farmhouse in Torteval. The project involved renovation of the existing buildings, the construction of a new glazed link to join one of the existing barns to the … Read More

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Belmont House

Belmont House, located on Queens Road, is a fine example of an 1820’s house situated within St. Peter Port, which makes an important contribution to Guernsey’s stock of Regency architecture. … Read More

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La Falaise

La Falaise is a traditional Guernsey granite farmhouse on the south coast clifftop overlooking Petit Bot Valley. A later addition is the swimming pool and gym, which has a ‘hidden’ … Read More

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Les Caches Farm

Les Caches Barn is an example of a mid 19th Century Guernsey farmhouse and barn. CCD has carried extensive restoration works at Les Caches, preserving as much of the original fabric … Read More

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La Belle Vue

This house was conceived to replace a former dilapidated and overgrown dwelling and garage studio flat, which were located on a stunning east coast site overlooking the Islands. The site … Read More

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Le Pres de Bas

This farmhouse project involved restoration of the main house, extensions to the main house, replacement of the vinehouse extension, restoration of the outbuildings and landscaping works over a period of … Read More

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Les Landes Farm

Les Landes Farm has an unusual history. It was originally purchased by the current owner’s parents in the 1960s, but before they could move in, it was occupied by squatters, … Read More

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Les Granges de Beauvoir Manor

The 1603 manor house at Les Granges de Beauvoir Manoris one of Guernsey’s most complete examples of early 17th C architecture and is truly one of the Islands’ finest houses. … Read More

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Mill House

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Seapines

A thatched “Arts and Crafts Style” new build on the west coast cliffs.

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L’Escargot

L’Escargot is the practice’s most commended project – Civic Trust Award 2003, “Runner-up” RIBA Downland Prize 2002, “Shortlisted” RIBA Manser Medal 2002 “RIBA Wessex, South West and Channel Islands Town … Read More

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The Town Church

For many years the interior of the church was lit to a rather basic and unsatisfactory level with inappropriate pendant fittings which interrupted the main vistas through the building. There … Read More

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