Mount Pleasant Villas

This project was an unusual one for us, but our love of plywood hooked us in. It was the first time we had used birch plywood to create the exterior structure of an extension building.

The finished birch plywood frames which formed the shape of the build were bolted into a concrete slab, before the structure was closed up around the frames.


Our role

Detail design, build

Concept Architect

Project Architect

Photos

Birch plywood structure, bespoke kitchen with PU lacquered fronts and Quartz worktops.
Birch plywood structure, bespoke kitchen with PU lacquered fronts and Quartz worktops.

Our clients trusted us to guide them through the detailing and finishes for the kitchen in the extension space, and also other elements within the property. These included a curved, full-height WC door and a main bathroom vanity and wall cabinet set. The quartz worktops were supplied and fitted by our friends at J&R Marble.

Birch plywood structure, bespoke kitchen with PU lacquered fronts and Quartz worktops.
Birch plywood structure, bespoke kitchen with PU lacquered fronts and Quartz worktops.

The finished kitchen is a beautiful, calm space, flooded with natural light. It truly is a lovely room to be in.

Birch plywood structure, bespoke kitchen with PU lacquered fronts and Quartz worktops.
Birch plywood structure, bespoke kitchen quartz worktops.
Birch plywood structure, bespoke kitchen with PU lacquered fronts and Quartz worktops.
Lounge with spray finished floating alcove shelving
Hallway with curved bathroom full height door​
Hallway with curved bathroom full height door​
Bathroom with mirrored oak veneered plywood vanity unit and floating sink unit
​Constructing the plywood roof structure onsite
​Constructing the birch plywood structure onsite
Evening external photo of finished kitchen extension