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Stone and Timber Barn conversion
Barns and former agricultural buildings are an important part of our landscape. Their unique form and often local materials offer opportunities to create spectacular residential or commercial properties in sought-after rural locations. Whether it’s the old stone structures or double-height spaces modern steel-framed buildings that attract you, our team of architects, combine restoration with innovation to transform your building.
We believe that good design is a crucial part of the planning process. Getting the design of a project right is critical to gaining successful planning consent and avoiding unnecessary delay and costs.
Our team of RIBA Chartered Architects and Architectural Assistants can help you to establish your brief and work through your design ideas, whilst bringing solutions to make your building a successful place to live or work in.
Barn conversion
Limestone Barn with Modern Extension Square
Barn conversion
Barn conversion

Our Role

Guiding you through the Design Process from Concept to Completion, we offer an initial, no-obligation consultation to discuss your project and establish your design brief.
A fee estimate will be prepared after this initial meeting before undertaking any further work. Every project is different so there is no ‘standard’ cost.
With a wealth of experience working with homeowners, developers and the public sector we can take your project from conception through to completion, maximising its full potential. Please contact us to find out how we can help.
Traditional barns in conversion

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