Beacon Lodge is a series of homes, using modern detailing to create a striking yet sensitively designed development within a conservation area.
On the original building (Block B), we demolished part of the previous poor quality extensions and added a new basement to full extent of the original building. MNP drew a wholesale internal rearrangement of the building layout providing room for a vertical extension and opening up the roof space. The original building was converted into 3 residential units.
Block A, was a construction of a single unit with a full basement to include property extents and external space. 2 floors over, hybrid steel framed building to create large glazed elevations and cantilevered first floor.
Block C, was the construction of 6 maisonettes. Full basement included property extents, external space to the rear and light wells to the front elevation. Complicated façade support details due to saw tooth brickwork design. Brick and block construction.
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Grade II listed Georgian townhouses on The Bedford Estate
Site regeneration, creating a legacy for the benefit of the local community
Creating new homes in Liverpool Docklands from a Grade II listed building
Transformation of the old Pitman Press Building