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OS31 reveals plans for £250k Sheffield live-work scheme

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Emerging Yorkshire-based star OS31 has unveiled plans to convert an existing home near Sheffield’s Park Hill estate into a live-work unit

PROJECT DATA

The 230m2 project will restore a Victorian house, returning it to its former footprint and creating a family home.

An existing garage extension will be turned into an apartment and associated workshop while the house’s existing conservatory will be replaced with a private study.

At the back of the site, two small garden studios will echo the stable blocks, workshops and outbuildings that were historically present in the area.

According to the practice, the £250,000 project ‘retains the heritage of the street whilst continuing the trend of regeneration in the shadow of Park Hill’.

The project is expected to start on site next month and is set to complete in March 2017.

13 Norfolk Row by OS31

13 Norfolk Row by OS31

Project data

Location Norfolk Park, Sheffield
Type of project Residential/mixed use
Client Private (Kim Swan)
Architect OS31
Landscape architect OS31
Structural engineer Martin Evans Associates
Lighting consultant OS31
Main contractor Green Rock
Funding Private
Appointment ongoing working relationship (word of mouth originally)
Start on site date Oct 2016
Completion date March 2017
Contract duration 6 months
Gross internal floor area 230m²
Form of contract and/or procurement Traditional – exact contract TBC
Total cost £250,000

 

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  • The historic urban grain in this area had a great deal of texture - steep streets, narrow lanes, cobbles & brick, homes workshops & sheds hugger-mugger - but to claim that the twee symmetrical garden studios on their symmetrical plinth 'echo the stable blocks, workshops & outbuildings that were historically present in the area' is pure fantasy.

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