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Conversion of a range of Listed open-fronted barns to form a new single-storey dwelling. The Barn is arranged around two small, private garden courts…Read more…


A two-storey rear addition to a pre-war house on the edge of Norwich. The building provides a generous new family kitchen with a master bedroom suite over… Read more…


A large two-storey rear ‘barn’ addition to a farm house east of Norwich. The site offered the opportunity for long views to the west over open farmland and to the east over Rockland Broad in the distance…Read more…


A housing scheme for developer Eastlea Ltd. Conversion of former shoe factory into a terrace of four 2 and 3 bedroom homes…Read more…


A new dwelling on an infill plot in Wymondham. Site constraints and orientation dictated that this timber-framed house is composed of living and bedroom blocks which are expressed separately…Read more…


A housing scheme for EcoTech Homes (East Anglia) Ltd for 6 sustainable predominantly 3 bedroom semi-detached houses on a tight brownfield site in Wymondham, adjacent to the railway…Read more…


This 250sqm family home nearing completion on site becomes the sixth contemporary one-off house designed by the practice in its home town…Read more…


Single-storey additions and alterations to a Listed house in Hingham, Norfolk. The project is centred around a contemporary, mostly glass vestibule which connects a range of remodelled existing outbuildings to the Clients’ main house…Read more…


Following the commercial success of Hus22 in Drayton we were asked by Abel Homes to re-work their proposals for 46 new homes on a large site in Watton…Read more…


With work now complete on site the success of the Hus22 project has been recognised by receiving the biennial Broadland Design Award, to ‘recognise the special efforts which have….Read more…


Lucas Hickman Smith designed these four affordable homes for Saffron Housing Trust at Colton near Marlingford.The site is on the southern edge of the village with views out across open countryside…Read more…


This project involved a substantial 2-storey thatched extension to an existing dwelling on a highly visible and sensitive riverside site in the heart of the Norfolk Broads…Read more…


This contemporary urban ‘eco-home’ respects its Conservation Area context without resorting to pastiche, and was designed with sustainability in mind for reduced…Read more…


This new house occupies a very sensitive site within Wymondham’s town centre Conservation Area in view of Wymondham Abbey; a key consideration …Read more…


A scheme for five flats which fully exploits the potential of a small triangular plot close to the centre of Norwich…..Read more…


Lucas Hickman Smith obtained outline planning permission for 200 new homes in Dereham for Robin Green Homes….Read more…


This project includes a substantial 2 storey extension as well as internal alterations to an existing rural cottage in Hardingham Norfolk. The extension links the cottage with the existing garage…Read more…


Originally part of the garden to an existing house this was a difficult site which called for an imaginative design solution. Originally thought to be a gravel or brick pit…Read more…


This is a small site for new environmentally sensitive house adjacent to a boating dyke leading to the River Bure and accessed via a small wood-chip drive. The building is timber framed on steel piles…Read more…


Lucas Hickman Smith’s John Western built this house for his family in the centre of Wymondham. One of four contemporary houses on the site…Read more…


A 1970s bungalow in Redgrave has been given a serious make-over by Lucas Hickman Smith. The existing house is located within the village Conservation Area, but its neighbours are all mid to late…Read more…