Located on the edge of Scopwick village, a barn that has outlasted its agricultural utility. Our project proposed to demolish the barn and put forward the proposed drawings for the construction of two residential units which were submitted as a full planning application to the local planning authority.
Given the distinctive location on the outskirts of the settlement and the unique attributes of the site, our design envisioned the creation of two substantial, thoroughly contemporary residences that would reflect with the context by using locally matched materials. These proposed dwellings, characterized by their size and modern aesthetics, were artfully elevated to gain views of the open countryside.
Integrated into the landscape, the properties were fashioned using materials reminiscent of those historically quarried from the neighbouring site. Notably, the architectural design included expansive glazing elements and balconies, augmenting the sense of space and connection to the outdoors. Ultimately, these envisioned residences would offer high-calibre, family-oriented living spaces of exceptional quality.