Work-in-progress on Milton Street in Edinburgh. Extension into a very confined attic space to provide views to Holyrood. Real-time walk-through architects’ visualization to help design the new spaces and reconfigured lower floor.
Work in progress at Great King Street. From 1 bathroom split in 3 spaces. We were commissioned to design 1 new bathroom which would regroup all in one room. Real time walk-through visualization to help design the bathroom as a piece of furniture.
Internal alterations to a flat on Great King Street, Edinburgh, in a A listed Building. The layout of the flat has been revisited to accomodate the needs of a new family, with the formation of new rooms, kitchen and bathrooms.
Work in progress in South Edinburgh, Briarbank Terrace. New stair to previously unused attic, 3 additional bedrooms, one additional bathroom, a new dormer & rooflights to enlarge an existing 2 bedrooms family house into the attic space.
Work in progress at Warriston. New stair, studio with ensuite bathroom to enlarge an existing 3 bedrooms family house into the loft space. Real time walk-through visualization to study different layouts before developping and detailing the design.
biomorphis has redesigned the ground floor of the house to provide a new flexible kitchen living space for the family and a new bedroom. The kitchen was formerly self contained and on the other side of the house. It is now a bedroom.
biomorphis has overhauled the house and elevated the roof in order to provide 3 comfortable bedrooms, and new flexible living space for the family and friends on the ground floor. The extension frames views of the stunning surrounding landscape while opening the house to the rear garden and the Pentland Hills. Original house photo prior to
Work in progress. Real time VR visualization to study different layout options before committing to a detailed design.
This apartment in a B Listed Building in Trinity has been altered to accommodate a new kitchen living space, an extra bedroom, and two new ensuite bathrooms within the existing envelope of the building. The limited budget created opportunities for using reclaimed flagstones and revealing existing previously hidden features of the flat.
The Old Ale and Porter House is an early 18th century single storey cottage adjoined to a mid 18th century 2-storey house, currently combined as one with altered openings. It is a category C Listed Building and belongs to the Tyninghame Conservation Area. Biomorphis altered the inside of the house to provide new living spaces