Within the grounds of a Grade II listed farmhouse, create a new double garage with lean-to 'tractor shed' and ancillary room over, in addition to converting the Grade II listed threshing barn engine 'round house' to provide ancillary en-suite accommodation. Green oak frame and waney edged boards sourced from the Clients' own woodland adjacent to the farmhouse. Traditional oak joinery, lime render, lime pointing and thatch.
We endeavour to provide architectural design solutions which harmonise with the context of the rural landscape and historic townscapes of Devon and neighbouring counties. Be it an extension to an existing heritage property, the refurbishment of a medieval farmhouse or a complete new build design, we will work with the Client to deliver their vision.
NATURAL AND TRADITIONAL BUILDING MATERIALS
We utilise traditional building techniques including, thatch, cob and lime mortar as well as drawing on modern eco aware and conservation building materials and products such as ground source heat pumps, solar panels, natural insulation, cork renders and sustainable and responsibly sourced products.
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