Conversion of agricultural buildings and barns to stunning family homes all come with challenges and require innovative solutions to ensure no loss of the original character. Each one is unique and needs to be fully understood to enable you to realise your dream.  Some will feature large volumes which need to be layered to avoid a cavernous feel; through to derelict and listed timber frames which require careful restoration before introducing any modern interventions.

Owlswick, Buckinghamshire

Blending traditional rural barn with industrial contemporary features. Exposed structure, floating stairs, open plan with Privacy and best of all a secret indoor courtyard garden.

Quakers, Buckinghamshire

A stunning barn conversation that converts three barns into one beautiful family home. The largest of the three barns will feature the central living space. The original internal timber frame will be retained; this will provide a stunning backdrop.

White Hart Barn, Buckinghamshire

A beautiful Grade II listed Barn Conversion.

The existing main house was a former Inn dating back to the 1800’s. Attached to the rear of the property was a redundant barn, built from a mixture of Wychert and stone. Parts of the barn date back as far as the 1600’s…

Madges Barn, Buckinghamshire

A beautiful eighteenth century, timber framed, weather-boarded and thatched barn featuring 3 bays and queen post trusses, sadly suffering from decay and partial collapse. The replacement of the building using the same footprint, scale and materials with a contemporary twist.

Westfield Farm, Buckinghamshire

Taking a vast agricultural, two-storey stone barn to build two new properties. They are to be used as holiday lets situated on a working farm, forming an idyllic retreat in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside.