Asha House, Wolverhampton

ClientMidland Heart
Cost£650,000

Originally a Pub, it was converted into flats in the 1970’s. The brief provided to BM3 Architecture was to refurbish the main existing building, demolishing some single storey outhouses to the rear and extend the building where possible. A two storey extension was added providing 4 one bedroom apartments. BM3 Architecture consulted Wolverhampton Conservation Department and ABCD Heritage fund.

The exterior of the original building was restored to its original state but the extension was designed to contrast rather than complement it. The extension was clad in rain screen coloured panels giving it a crisp modern feel. The scheme has a small courtyard to the front with a larger amenity space.

Originally a Pub, it was converted into flats in the 1970’s. The brief provided to BM3 Architecture was to refurbish the main existing building, demolishing some single storey outhouses to the rear and extend the building where possible. A two storey extension was added providing 4 one bedroom apartments. BM3 Architecture consulted Wolverhampton Conservation Department and ABCD Heritage fund.

The exterior of the original building was restored to its original state but the extension was designed to contrast rather than complement it. The extension was clad in rain screen coloured panels giving it a crisp modern feel. The scheme has a small courtyard to the front with a larger amenity space.