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What was once the home of the 1946 Grand National Winner ‘Lovely Cottage’, the Stables, located on the outskirts of Winchester, has now been transformed into a wonderful 3 bedroom Home.
This dilapidated stable block has been remodeled into a refreshingly minimalistic house whilst retaining key pieces of its characteristic history, such as the re-conditioned stable partitions and the painstakingly restored drinking troughs, which have been brought back to life as wash basins, located in the en-suite bathrooms.
Sited within the Chilterns, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Brick Flint Pair sees the adaptation and extension of a traditional country farmhouse alongside a new building which appears like a reflection of the original.
The existing farmhouse, a grade II listed cottage built in the 17th century, is restored with its historic features revealed, repaired and celebrated. The new, contemporary element appears as a new building to the north of the existing house, echoing elements of the host structure and drawing in references of the local vernacular.
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PAD studio were approached by a family who were interested in investigating the Paragraph 55 (formally PPS7) NPPF policy to seek planning permission for a new house in a beautiful rural site.
This is a very specific, highly challenging policy to meet,
Sitting in the exposed expanse of the Cambridgeshire fens, the Stealth Barn is a bold, simple form, reminiscent of the barn it accompanies. Built as a guest house, studio or meeting place, depending on time of year and workloads: the Stealth Barn is also a retreat, a place of inspiration and enjoyment.
This was a house built for a different kind of life in a different kind of century: it had poorly lit lower floors, staircases which broke the connections between the different rooms, and a disconnection between inside and outside spaces.
The clients wanted the opposite: open-plan spaces, natural light, a blurring of inside and outside, and a healthy, uplifting environment. After a mixture of restoration and innovation, they now have it all: flowing spaces, a new ‘wellness floor’, and a double-height glass box which brings the outside straight into the heart...