This project entailed converting an existing steel frame barn into a contemporary family home, while still maintaining the original footprint of the existing building. With approximately an internal floor area of 294m2
Located in Staffordshire and in an area of historic nature, there were certain planning conditions we had to comply with throughout the process of the build. Maintaining the existing structure and ridge heights of the original barn
This one of a kind build consisted of an indoor swimming pool 36m3, with a vast ground floor living area, including vaulted ceilings, feature glazing to the rear elevation, balcony to the first floor bedroom and a triple detached garage.
The site came with its difficulties. Due to the excavation depth of the swimming pool, a completely separate storm water drainage system had to be designed and installed to prevent the site from any future flooding. Material shortages led to design adaptation at various stages of the build, along with utilising our range of specialist suppliers to accommodate any change. But we feel the finished article is something to be proud of, working along side our client, Architect (Niche Architecture) and Contract Administrator (Virtus Consult)