Photos do not always tell the whole story of what has gone into a project but these “before and after” images should paint a picture of what we have achieved as an end-product for our clients over the years.
Careful planning, a creative imagination and having the right team in on board went a long way to producing these results.
Here we transformed an ugly bolt-on extension to a Grade II listed barn with a tasteful row of floor to ceiling windows, oak featheredge cladding and batten-roll zinc roof. The courtyard landscaping complimented the building beautifully.
A complete Grade II listed barn refurbishment now used as a veterinary practice, we retained the majority of the original timber frame internally, re-roofed it using salvaged hand-made clay tiles and added some tall windows to allow as much light in as possible.
The same barn taken from a different angle showing the reconstruction of the lean-to extension, re-pointed brickwork and another large batten-roll zinc roof. The large windows were specially made to fit within the “lop-sided” opening which had to be retained.