This project is the creation of a dentist’s surgery from a distinctive early 1960’s dwelling in Norwich. The brief was to convert the existing building with minimal adaptation and alteration for use as a two-surgery dental practice.
The plan kept the existing distinctive, timber panelled form of the building and flat roof but re-insulated and re-roofed the flat roof to give a higher thermal performance.
Windows were repaired and replaced in some instances to improve thermal performance and air tightness. A new heating system was installed and the proposal incorporated lead lined walls to X-ray rooms and hygiene rooms.
The project also incorporated an hygienist’s room, treatment room, waiting room, office and reception areas.
Little House Dental Practice
Norwich City Council
We will be pleased to send you examples of our work (by post or by email). Simply contact us with your details and confirm your area of interest.
For advice, information, guidance, news and insight into all things architectural.