This contemporary residential development by Zub Architecture (designed under the brand of Carter Zub Building Consultancy) is a great example of an architectural design suited for a town centre conservation area.
The scheme features five unique townhouses, each carefully designed to ensure maximum layout efficiency, often introducing ‘out of the box’ architectural design features. Some units are designed with ‘up-side-down’ living arrangements, meaning that the living areas are situated at the top rather than ground floor. Others feature private and enclosed terraces to the rear, but most importantly – all of the town houses have been designed to ensure maximum day light penetration. From large rooflights, through full height windows to all rooms, to apex glazing to top floor accommodation – the houses are well lit, while maintaining privacy in its town centre location in Poulton-le-Fylde.
This triangular shape site is located right next to the Poulton-le-Fylde train station, which once housed Breck Social Club seemed too challenging for most developers.
Zub Architecture (working under the brand of Carter-Zub) has been approached by the local developer James Carter Homes and began the architectural feasibility study.
The end result is an excellent example of modern architectural design blending seamlessly into the picturesque conservation area of Poulton-le-Fylde.