ABBOTS BARN, RIPE
An annexe to sit respectively alongside a converted barn, forming a fourth side to the main property’s entrance courtyard protecting the area from strong south westerly wind. With large, glazed openings to the south and west elevations to address the surrounding landscape and views of the National Park. .
Submitted by: BakerBrown Studio, Cooksbridge. www.bakerbrown.studio
Architect: BakerBrown Studio.
Site Manager: Alan Notley, MB Cable Ltd, Lewes. www.mbcableltd.co.uk
Contractors: Marc Cable, MB Cable Ltd.
Other: Steve Harkness (Structural Engineer), HT Partnership LLP, Little Horsted. www.htpartnership.co.uk | Doug Johnson (Energy Consultant), Mesh Energy, Farnham. www.mesh energy.com
LURGASHALL VILLAGE SHOP, LURGASHALL
The shop evolved out of a timber-framed house dating from the late 16th century. The proposal was to conserve, repair and refurbish, to improve access to the building and to upgrade the house to provide a separate residential facility in keeping with its original purpose as a dwelling.
Submitted by: Jane Jones Warner Associates LLP, Chichester. www.janejoneswarner.com
Architect: Julian Vallis, Jane Jones Warner Associates LLP.
Project Manager: Alex Tucker.
OLD COWMAN’S COTTAGE, MAYFIELD
A small-scale farm workers cottage had become dilapidated. During preparatory building works it became apparent that the existing cottage would need to be demolished and rebuilt. Resulting in a new home in a spectacular rural location – an authentic traditional building form with contemporary standards of energy efficiency.
Submitted by: Mackellar Schwerdt Architects, Lewes. www.mackellarschwerdt.co.uk
Architect: Andrew Goodwin, Mackellar Schwerdt Architects.
Site Manager/Contractor: Jason Lee (Glynde Estates Foreman).
Craftsmen: Steve Walsh and Ben Smith (Glynde Estates Carpenters).
Client: Glynde Estates. www.glynde.co.uk
PARROCK PLACE, HARTFIELD
Parrock Place was built in the 1930’s and sits in the High Weald AONB and the Ashdown Forest Special Area of Conservation. The original three-bedroom house has been extended into a modern family home, all whilst retaining the architectural feel of a period property harmonious to its surroundings.
Submitted by: Betteridge and Milsom, Canterbury. www.betteridge www.milsom.co.uk
Architect: Dan Town, OSG Architecture, Ashford. www.osgarchitecture.com
Contractors: Dan Smith, Faber Developing. Westerham. www.faberdeveloping.com
Other: Andrew Walker and Kenny Pratt (Quantity Surveyor), Betteridge and Milsom.
PRINSTED GRANGE, PRINSTED
The brief was to create a multifunctional space by extending the existing kitchen and reconfiguration of the existing entrance hall. The result is a practical, light-filled extension which sympathetically complements the existing Arts and Crafts house through the combination of modern and traditional design.
Submitted by: Helyer Davies Architects Ltd, Emsworth. www.hdarchitects.co.uk
Architect: Martyn Helyer and Tom Wild, Helyer Davies Architects Ltd.
Other: Fineline Aluminium, www.finelinealuminium.co.uk | Fabco Sanctuary, Littlehampton. www.fabcosanctuary.com | Roof Maker Ltd, Leicester. www.roof maker.co.uk | Just Wood Flooring, Bognor Regis. www.justwood.co.uk | Sophia Voce Photography. www.sophiavocephotography.com
WEST BARN, WEPHAM
West Barn dates back to the 17th century and was converted to residential use in 1989-92. The recent work aimed to remodel the interior with a new layout that made better use of the space, removing a cramped corridor and two walls, and relocating the stairs, opening the interior to reveal the barn’s structure.
Submitted by: The Martin Sewell Building Company Ltd, Fontwell. www.msbc.uk.com
Architect: Jason Hales, Smalley & Hales Architects Ltd, Worthing. www.smalleyhales.com
Site Manager: Leon Proudley.
Contractors: The Martin Sewell Building Company Ltd | GF Electrical. www.gfelectricalwork.co.uk | Ocean Tiling |MK Decorating |Just Wood Flooring, Bognor Regis. www.justwood.co.uk
Other: Parhams (Bespoke Shower Enclosure). www.parhambros.co.uk | Traditional Oak & Timber Co. (Reclaimed Oak Supply). www.tradoak.com | Kloepping TSS (Staircase). www.kloeppingtss.co.uk
YOUNG STREET, CHICHESTER
This new family home forms part of the successful regeneration of Roussillon Barracks, Chichester on the adjacent scrub land retained by MOD. The result is a low energy house bounded by the historically important former barrack security wall and positioned around a protected tree.
Submitted by: King & Drury Construction, Chichester. www.kinganddrury.com
Architect: Randell Design Group, Birdham. www.randelldesigngroup.com
Site Manager: John Rice, King & Drury Construction.
Contractors: King & Drury Construction.
Craftsmen: Andy Steadman Design, Chichester. www.andystedmandesign.com
Other: SRM Brickwork, Felpham.