Annie and Ken Stirk’s took a sensitive approach to their 15th century barn conversion. This allowed the couple to find a solution that made great use of the limited space and reasured their planning officer.
Despite being unable to enlarge the original window openings, architect Adrian Pearson managed to create a contemporary design that contrasts the original features while not detracting from them.
A ground floor extension, a cantilevered first floor master bedroom with ensuite, and a mezzanine reading room all combine to provide ample living space while retaining a full-height area in between.
“The mix of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design is stunning,” says Annie.
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