Standing at one end of a large downland valley this barn was a ruin. Left exposed to the elements for many years only the South and West elevations remained standing.
The farmland is now being developed to create Britain’s largest vineyard. Restored as seasonal accommodation for the vineyard the thick barn walls are built from reclaimed broken bricks with a percentage of flint which is found in abundance on the estate.
We worked in conjunction with the main contractor, the structural engineer and the architect during the rebuild.