London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/07/2014 -- Basement conversion has become an excellent way for individuals to increase the equity of their home and make better use of the below-floor space in their homes. After the practice was featured in the Financial Times, more people than ever began to apply for basement conversions and the best of these used Shape Architecture to create amazing new spaces. Now on their 15th basement conversion, Shape Architecture is promoting the service more widely.
Because every challenge is different, Shape Architecture have used the unique shape and features of the basements they work with to inform the way in which they are transformed, using the latest materials and methods to create bright, spacious and contemporary interiors.
Shape Architecture’s portfolio now includes examples of many completed basement conversions, which can be viewed in the form of stunning high quality image galleries together with detailed descriptions of the client’s needs and how Shape Architecture met them in the creation of the new space.
Looking at the conversions, it’s easy to see how they can add significant equity to a home, and certainly prove that the trend is unlikely to slow down any time soon, giving Shape Architecture the perfect position to capitalise on a prosperous future.
Shape Architecture explained, “Our projects have varied hugely over the years, from interior remodeling to construction and conceptual design. Fortunately we are a company that can turn our hands to a wide range of different challenges, and we seem to have found a forte in basement conversions and extensions. Our portfolio contains just some of the imaginative ways in which we have been able to breathe new life into once dusty spaces, giving them a sense of lightness as well as functionality that has integrated the design with the house and even the garden in new and exciting ways.”
About Shape Architecture
Jason Wren founded Shape Architecture in 2006. He had previously spent 10 years at Studio E Architects, where as an Associate he designed and led many of the practices most high profile buildings. On projects such as Classroom of the Future and the Exemplar Sustainable Schools in Bexley, Jason has demonstrated the ability and experience to deliver innovative concepts as real buildings. For more information, please visit: http://www.shape-architecture.co.uk/