Contemporary examples – West Yard Farm in Dartmoor, a moorland in Devon, England, is a house of two halves, with an 18th-century granite farmhouse on one aspect its barn on any other. A flat-roofed extension had been constructed back right away 1950s to both homes, however the barn had not been transformed. By the time homeowners Chris & Kim Marshall purchased it at public sale, the farmhouse become almost uninhabitable. "They have been along with the superior assignment," says architect Ian Phillips, of van Ellen Sheryn Architects, who worked . "The have been unoccupied for a few years turned into in a completely little toddlers country. The decor hadn’t been touched because the Sixties. We change every thing the roof, flooring, windows. Apart from the stonework and the timber beams trusses, everything else is new.". Nett Tour: A Contemporary Retreat on a British Moor
November 2, 2017
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