Architect: Cowper Griffith Architects
Structural Engineer: Conisbee
We were privileged to be tasked with converting this curtilage listed, Victorian flint barn into a contemporary family home and artists studio.
This spacious first floor provides two dramatic, bridge-linked, double height living areas, with continuous rooflights in the purlin zone and sharp birch ply detailing to new openings, in pronounced contrast to exposed and raw historic fabric. Bedrooms and a workshop are at ground floor level.
Other notable features include a Plykea kitchen with polished concrete worktops, breathable Limecrete floor and a fire suppression sprinkler system.