Situated in a sensitive setting, alongside a listed building, we were asked to design a contemporary extension to this barn conversion.
The brief required us to remove part of the barn and rebuild it using traditional materials.
The extension was constructed using natural stone, with a clay pantile roof to match the existing and partially glazed to let in natural light. The doors were constructed off site in oak and face into the garden, wrapping around the corner of the building to make the most of the garden views.
The client wanted to introduce green technology where possible; under floor heating was installed throughout the entire barn along with a ground source heat pump. The client wanted to introduce quality features to enhance the build, a quality wood burner was installed which contrasted with oak beams and controlled lighting was installed around the perimeter of the room to allow for ‘mood’ settings, whilst the home entertainment system was hidden in the wall.
Working with the owners to achieve their dreams, they now have a light spacious modern extension with the latest technology.
- Brancliffe Barn, South Yorkshire
- Extension to Barn Conversion
- Non-designated Heritage Asset