KJ Architects completed a full refurbishment of Quince Court for Aragon Housing Association, transforming the overall appearance of the extra care housing facility from both an internal and external perspective. Bad lighting and outdated decor populated dark and narrowing hallways, stairwells, entrances and seating areas prior to our visit, whilst the building’s leaking conservatory made for a cold space that couldn’t be used for its primary function as a dedicated social area.
Following participation in architectural consultancy sessions with the client, KJ Architects delivered our unique brand of special needs architecture to Quince Court. Hallways were re-painted, had new carpets fitted, and fresh modern lighting incepted to make for more tranquil areas that exude a sense of space and light. A modern kitchenette was installed in the entrance seating area, along with large double glazed windows to allow more natural light into the building, and to account for a brighter, happier feel. And in one of the major aspects of the project, we delivered a brand new insulated conservatory roof, complete with aesthetically pleasing interior detailing. New double glazed windows and roof lights were also introduced to give a very good source of natural light from above. Our conservatory work, in drastically reducing heat loss and maximising light, has allowed the now light, bright, warm and comfortable space to be used for purpose.
If you would like to know more about any of our special needs architecture projects, or want to discuss your architecture requirements with our team, simply give us a call. You can reach us on 01638 662393.