Restoration of 16th Century Kentish Barn
The barn, a Grade II Listed Building, was extensively repaired and restored as per our design and specification. This involved removing the flat corrugated roof and designing new internal oak posts to support a faithful reconstruction of the original oak framed hipped roof. This combination of architectural and structural design is ideally suited to complex restoration projects.
The dilapidated exterior of the barn with monopitch roof, before works commenced.
Repair and restoration works in progress to the exterior of the barn.
Works in progress inside during the installation of the oak frame
The finished exterior of the barn upon completion of the works. The new hipped roof and sympathetic repairs return the barn to its original form, allowing its character to be retained in its new role as a dwelling.
The finished interior of the barn showing the additional oak structural frame to support the reinstated hipped roof.