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This project has seen a derelict grade-II listed cottage, saved from ruin by clients whose family’s historic and deep-rooted connection to the house, wider site, and community has driven an investment in the building which goes beyond the typical — a passion which, coupled with the complex nature of historic building work, has demanded the very best in design and delivery from it’s architects. A 17th century building brought into the 21st century, with:
- 100% potable water produced on site;
- 100% heating energy requirements met by a GSHP on site;
The complete refurbishment of a 16th Century Wealden Hall House in to a modern family home. The house was extended and linked to the converted outbuildings with the use of modern materials to contract with the historic fabric.
Extensive refurbishment comprising of a split section to the rear. This sectional arrangement was utilised to develop a concept of a geological strata linking all spaces to the rear with its uniform and consistent finish. The strata forms a raised terrace, a kitchen, floor, wall and ceiling and a metal clad central stair element pierces through forming circulation between the levels and spaces.
Taking advantage of the generous eaves height of a neighbouring extension to the east, and adhering to the more constrained height limitations to the west, the site leant itself to a dramatic pitched roof profile.
The project was born of the clients initial brief to create a new enlarged dining area, and a more integrated relationship between the house and its expansive rear garden. The design sought to engage the constraints of the surrounding conservation area to meet these objectives, while identifying opportunities to make maximum use of the available footprint....