The interiors of this attractive Malmstone and brickwork building were sensitively reconfigured to provide two studios, a dark room and a shared ante-room. The character of the barn was retained internally through a selective expression of the historic fabric and externally through limited alterations.
Secondary slim-frame aluminium glazing was introduced to admit natural light allowing the former stable doors to remain. Internally, walls were limewashed and high-grade birch ply used to form internal partitions to the studios. Pivot hinges and discreet ironmongery were employed to provide a calm, contemporary finish.