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HollandGreen Architecture & Interiors - Crinan Barn

HollandGreen Architecture & Interiors

An award-winning Class Q permitted development project consisting of the conversion of two tired steel and concrete framed barns near Long Crendon in Buckinghamshire into modern, energy efficient family homes.

Photographs by

Lucy Walters








Word from the architect

For Crinan and Mayfield barn the clients wanted to convert two large barns into two separate contemporary family homes. The desire was for the two barns to “speak the same language” with materials and design, however, to retain individual character. Both barns were to be designed with folded seam black aluminium cladding mixed with other complimenting materials including, timber and concrete and large format steel framed glazing allowing the clients to enjoy the amazing views of the surrounding countryside. It was also very important to the client that the final building was as energy efficient as possible – with a target of achieving an A Rating.