This property was a dated 1930s bungalow. The project brief was a complete re-modelling to suit the living requirements of our client.
We took the concept of a traditional Dutch Barn as our inspiration and re-created it using modern building materials to construct a standing-seam metal roof that wraps over the larch-clad and render facades.
The original roof was removed, and an additional floor was added providing three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The internal space on the ground floor was reconfigured to suit the client’s request for an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, along with a reception room and utility room.
Bespoke joinery was installed throughout the property, constructed of birch ply to give continuity and a modern feel.