Space & Style

Space & Style Home Design are a Hampshire based architectural practice specialising in home extension and remodelling projects.

Our mission is to produce creative design solutions for people that appreciate home design.

We have established a reputation for delivering practical well-balanced layouts with pleasing aesthetics and clever use of light and space. We believe this approach, where good home design matters, makes for comfortable and stylish living.

Our clients are typically families who wish to live in an ideal home, whether built from scratch or created from the extension and alteration of their existing home.

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Our latest news:

30th November 2016

We are pleased to have been granted planning permission for the extension and remodelling of this 1970s house near Netley Abbey. Working largely with the existing footprint of the building, we created a tailored design that will nearly double the first floor accommodation, whist reducing the overall height of the building. We were able to work with the local planning office to design a contemporary flat roofed home that they considered to be of good design, adding to the mix of house styles in the area.

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5th May 2016

The Eco house that we designed for a self builder in Southampton, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the South East LABC Building Excellence Awards 2016 in the "Best Individual New Home" category. The Local Authority Building Control Building Excellence Awards celebrate all that’s good in the construction industry. The awards look for the creation of excellent buildings through outstanding craftsmanship, technical innovation, sustainability and high performance.

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30th March 2016

House to Home have come up with a free handy guide covering extreme transformations. Of the five showcased projects within the guide, our North Wallington and Isle of Wight projects are featured number 1 and 3. You can download a free copy of the guide by visiting the House to Home website using this link.

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