Barn Conversion, Blisland

The barn features many attractive elements which will be retained. These include stone quoins, a natural slate roof and openings on three of the four facades. The proposed extensions are finished in vertical timber cladding to compliment and juxtapose against the stone of the existing barn. Meanwhile, bespoke timber-frame windows with seamless glazing will be installed within the existing openings to enhance the unique character of the property.

The site is within the bounds of an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the barn has outstanding views across the surrounding fields. To take advantage of this, both extensions feature contemporary and seamless glazed openings looking out across the fields.






Stone Barn Conversion

Stone barn conversion St Columb, Cornwall. The design retains original features with a sympathetic extension.


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South Torfrey Barns

As part of an ongoing farm diversification programme, this project was to convert one of many redundant stone barns to a holiday cottage.


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Eco House, Trevarrick Road

Replacement dwelling, keeping within the ridge height of the original bungalow by having the ground floor set within the sloped topography.


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