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Richard Flowitt Archive Drawings

The team at Flowitt were recently looking back through old archives when we came across a few hand drawings produced by the late Richard Flowitt. Even though Richard Flowitt died in 2013, many of his jobs are still ongoing, using these hand drawn images for inspiration. His incredible talent for producing hand drawings is something that came [...]

March 10th, 2017|Flowitt News|0 Comments

Four Storey Home with a Characteristic Castle Look

Back in 2008, Flowitt were appointed to demolish a 1920’s house and replace it with a four storey home, characterised by its feature ‘castle’ appearance, with strong , simple visual elements which can be clearly identified from a distance and will make use of the existing contours of the land. This project, when completed, will have [...]

March 10th, 2017|Flowitt News|0 Comments

3 New Houses in Guildford UPDATE

This is an update on the 3 houses that are being built in Guildford. As you can see from the images, the structures are now fully erected. The oak framed house has been sand blasted, and block work and roofing has been installed. The interior has also been plastered, with the addition of a fresh coat of white [...]

February 13th, 2017|Flowitt News|0 Comments

New Pax Hill EMF Building

Flowitt Architects are again working with Danaz Health Care Home complex in Bentley, having already completed the design and build of the 75 bedroom circular dementia home.   The new project is to extend and completely refurbish the EMF building to accommodate more bedrooms and community space, whilst incorporating the same modern and up to [...]

January 25th, 2017|Flowitt News|0 Comments

Stable Conversion – Chiddingfold

These three existing tables in Chiddingfold needed converting into a new equestrian centre for a working stable and riding school. In order to create a better space for the block, the demolition of the existing derelict storage building took place, in order for a new corridor to be built to link the new equestrian centre [...]

October 11th, 2016|Flowitt News|0 Comments

Barn Conversion – Shamley Green

Based in Shamley Green, this old milking dairy gained planning permission to be converted into a modern four bedroom house. Keeping the original structure, the property was extended and a new roof erected throughout. The interior is an open plan design with modern features, whilst keeping the exposed structure visible.   [...]

October 11th, 2016|Flowitt News|0 Comments

Stable Conversion – Hindhead

in 2012, Flowitt Architects were appointed to convert an old stable block into a three bedroom house. The property would be open planned, whilst keeping one of the most distinguishing elements of the barn - its heavy use of natural wood and visible beams. [...]

October 11th, 2016|Flowitt News|0 Comments

Conversion of an Old Dairy – Hogs Back

in 2015, Flowitt Architects acquired planning permission for the conversion of a 150 year old dairy barn, into three separate dwellings. The three dwellings will consist of two, two bedroom single storey houses and one, three bedroom single storey house with a mezzanine, all with a modern finish. Throughout the renovation, original features of the [...]

October 11th, 2016|Flowitt News|0 Comments

Flowitt Architects: Specialists in The Care Sector

We can maximise the potential of your Care Home businesses We can improve Internal Layouts and bring them up to CQC standards. We design Practical Extensions and New Build Care Homes. Planning  Applications Building Regulations Contract Administration Internal Alterations Extensions New Build  As a [...]

September 23rd, 2016|Flowitt News|0 Comments

New House in Compton

Flowitt architects were delighted to be chosen for the project of a new house in Compton. To be built beside an old rectory, this four bedroom house is set to become the new rectory. This project will also follow the Green Guide set by the Church of England for Parsonages. The green guide includes a design brief  that, although doesn't [...]

September 13th, 2016|Flowitt News|0 Comments