Grade II Listed Barn

Grade II listed barn- work in progress The barn is one of the surviving outbuildings on a substantial estate, built in the late Tudor period and once owned by the family of Sir Francis Bacon. The barn has been carefully converted with the old structure exposed with insulation to current standards discretely incorporated and features […]

Grade II Listed Farmhouse

Grade II listed house- work in progress The Hall is the surviving part of a substantial manor house, built in the late Tudor period and once owned by the family of Sir Francis Bacon. The Hall has been fully refurbished and features a bespoke kitchen, new bathrooms and a biomass heating system. Paint is by […]

Modern New Build

This contemporary new build home replaced the garages and outbuilding behind the clients house. It was quickly sold on the open market due to the combination of modern design, long distance views and mature trees around the site. The design uses some quirky elements such as the bespoke triangular stair window overlooking the sedum roof. […]

Oast House Conversion

In this beautiful oast house, we met the clients needs for a spacious and functional two bed apartment, whilst still preserving the heritage of the old building. We integrated modern technology into a traditional building, installing a ground source heat pump to provide underfloor heating throughout. Elements of the original oast house were maintained; the timber balustrade, […]


This new build was envisioned by our client as a place to paint, work, and enjoy his garden. On approach through the garden, the summer house was designed to blend in with the natural surrounds, taking on the air of a jungle lodge. It is immersed in nature, with a huge timber balcony to take […]

Coach House

The owners of this coach house wanted a roof conversion, but the roof was too low to meet their needs. After talking with them about what they wanted to achieve, we decided to create extra space by tipping a roof up from the back of the ridge and adding a balcony. The green oak frame […]


This cramped and dated 1930s building was updated and reorganised, but retained the traditional Sussex hung tiles and white weatherboarding. A modern timber frame extension was added to the back of the house with glass doors surrounding the conservatory, letting light stream through into the kitchen, which had been moved into the lightest part of […]