This returning client approached us to assist with the ongoing redevelopment of this listed barn conversion.
Works had already begun on the main part of the house, this was to be the final part of the conversion project to be completed, wrapping up a passion project spanning several years.
Integration with the existing building was key, with nearly every aspect a bespoke piece made to fit perfectly.
Not only were details produced to satisfy the conservation officers of the planning department, but the accurate calculation ensured the installation was as smooth as possible. With no walls being flat, square or plumb, this was valuable information for the client and contractor.
After a number of discussions about the potential kitchen layout, we suggested to relocate the dramatic Lacanche range cooker so it had a prominent position below the huge window, overlooking the idyllic countryside.