662 Yarm Road
Appointed by a retiring couple, Logic were approached to offer development advice on the prospect of gaining planning approval for a new dwelling within the garden of their existing house in the leafy suburb of Eaglescliffe near Yarm.
Whilst the very long but narrow garden of the existing house could comfortably divide into two plots, the east / west orientation presented a challenge to ensure all rooms of this new house would benefit from natural daylight. A design concept evolved that suggested an 'L' shaped house would enable the lounge, family dining, snug, kitchen and master bedroom to all benefit from a direct relationship with the garden and bring the ‘outside in’ and much closer to the main reception rooms.
The project was so successful that the commission led to the neighbour also requesting support to secure them planing approval also for a house on an even narrower plot.
Corporation Road, Middlesbrough
Appointed by Chaloner Group, Logic were commissioned to design a multi storey residential building that would maximise density built within the footprint of the former Cleveland Scientific Institute building.view project
Mountain Bike Centre
Logic were appointed to prepare a feasibility study for the creation of a mountain bike centre proposed for an undulating rural site.view project
Boho Village, Middlehaven
Appointed by new developers Bright Ideas and Middlesbrough Development Company, Logic designed a range of of new houses and apartments overlooking the previously regenerated Middlehaven Park in the shadow of the infamous Transporter bridge.view project