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LSI Architects

LSI Architects

Norwich, United Kingdom

LSI Architects - Bridgehouse Farm Barn

LSI Architects

This new extension has been designed as a contemporary addition to the rear of the property

Bridgehouse Farm Barn

Bridgehouse Farm Barn 

Bridgehouse Farm Barn, Kitchen

Bridgehouse Farm Barn, Kitchen 

Bridgehouse Farm Barn, Kitchen

Bridgehouse Farm Barn, Kitchen 

Bridgehouse Farm Barn

Bridgehouse Farm Barn 

The design provided for the replacement of a single-glazed conservatory, which had reached the end of its useful lifespan. The extension appears as a new glazed conservatory, allowing a good level of transparency and light penetration to the existing building.

The height of the new extension has deliberately been set below the existing gutter line of the main roof to maintain an appropriate hierarchy.
The new extension is constructed with a colour-coated aluminium frame to ensure future longevity and ease of maintenance, as well as enabling good thermal performance.