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Designscape Architects

Designscape Architects

Bath, UK

Designscape Architects - Court Farm Barn

Designscape Architects

The conversion of a 17th century threshing barn which provides flexible accommodation at the same time as preserving the original character and qualities of a barn.


Court Farm Barn

Court Farm Barn 






Situated adjacent to the Farm House, the Grade II* listed former threshing barn had fallen into a state of disrepair and the proposal was developed to repair and convert the structure to provide ancillary accommodation to the main house, to include a home-work space, kitchen, bathroom and guest bedrooms. The new functions are contained within a series of free standing white timber boxes to the west end, leaving two- thirds of the original double-height volume intact. The existing modern steel frame is utilized to support the new roof structure without distributing the extra load onto the historic walls. As part of the first phase of works, a new wood-burning boiler in an adjacent outbuilding provides heating and hot water to both the farm house and converted barn.