Roselath

The conversion of two barns to a holiday cottage. One of the barns was a Listed Building, featuring an unusual stone fireplace and chimney stack, and this meant the other barn was also treated as listed because of its proximity. The designs are intended to preserve as much of the original fabric of the buildings and their historical features as possible. The layouts were of an open plan, modern design and new external features were given a contemporary edge to provide a contrast between new and original parts of the structures.

The listed building has an open, two-storey gallery space separating its two bedrooms, whilst the second barn has a timber boarded and glazed link structure to connect the original barn with an adjacent dilapidated stone structure.






Kels, Mevagissey

A large extension to an existing single bedroom bungalow.


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Linhay 1

A new house on the site of an old stone barn with only one gable end still standing.


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Lanhay

A new house within Tywardreath - it had to bridge the gap between the original cottages of the Conservation Area on one side and post war bungalows on the other.


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