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New Mills Farm, Sessay

This new build dwelling was created on the site of some former redundant agricultural buildings in open countryside. The existing farmhouse was converted into a workspace, and it was important that the new build did not compete with the traditional character of the house.

The large, spacious new building was designed to resemble former agricultural buildings and its form is similar to an 'evolved' series of buildings built around a central courtyard. Reclaimed bricks, oak and glass help to create an agricultural aesthetic and the newly formed lake with ground source slinkies in the bed forms a strong focal point from the highly glazed kitchen area.

A sensitive landscaping scheme and a re-clad and extended portal framed shed help to reinforce the setting of the new building to give it an authentic space / projects