Restoration and Additions
Former Barn in Hampshire
This house was created from a group of nineteenth century barns. Externally their character remains rural and vernacular, but the interiors are much more architecturally ambitious.
The entrance hall, which serves as a lavish dining room, is a double height Palladian room with bold pedimented door cases. The sitting room is in a contrasting lighter style with a fireplace after Batty Langley and a Georgian Gothick ceiling. In the north wing access to the bedrooms is by way of a vaulted corridor.