This project was to convert two semi-derelict farm buildings into sustainable holiday lets. The clients were keen to maintain the simple modest form, shell and character of the existing buildings and use sustainable architectural methods, materials and designs. New windows in the renovated buildings provide pleasing views across the countryside. Existing materials and finishes were retained and reused, including an original stone archway on the smaller unit. Larch cladding complements and enhances the traditional materials and ties in with the design of the new house (also designed by Thomas Robinson Architects). The ground floors are fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Thomas Robinson Architects
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