Forming an Extension to a Cotswold House correctly requires architectural skill and experience. The Architect must be able to read the existing building, its proportion, layout and detailing and informed by the clients brief propose an addition which while meeting all the spacial and technical requirements will result in a building which delights.

The finished building and its extension must read as a whole building. As Aristotle succinctly summarised ” the whole must be greater than the sum of its parts” To achieve this is what defines good architecture from the mediocre.