Chantry Barn, Suffolk

Chantry Farm is a conversion of two adjacent Grade II listed timber framed barns into a single family home. In order to retain the character of the barns while providing contemporary living spaces, the design juxtaposes an external design in keeping with the historic character of the barns with a contemporary interior. As much of the existing structure has been retained as possible, while inside a high-specification finish reveals the history of the barns and provides exceptional living spaces.

Photography James Brittain


2013 RICS East Awards; Residential. Winner
2013 RICS East Awards; Conservation. Shortlisted
2013 RIBA Awards. Shortlisted
2012 Homebuilding and Renovating Awards. Shortlisted

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