A Church
A Church

Scotland 2007 - on site

This project proves that you can celebrate the beauty of a 19th Century Church whilst transforming it into a striking contemporary home. The challenge was to include 5 bedrooms, a study and a playroom within the existing church while still keeping the living area as the entire footprint.

 ​Most of the rooms are provided at ground floor which supports the substantial living area. The whole space of the church & its ceiling can be enjoyed. The original windows bring light from all directions ; sunlight will be in this space from dawn to dusk. You can gain views towards the valley and the South. In the middle of this double height space, a little house holds the kitchen, fire place and, above, the master and its en-suite.   We achieved planning approval of this Grade 2 Listed Building in April 2009. It started on site in spring 2011 and is aimed to be finished in 2012-13.

​Most of the rooms are provided at ground floor which supports the substantial living area. The whole space of the church & its ceiling can be enjoyed. The original windows bring light from all directions ; sunlight will be in this space from dawn to dusk. You can gain views towards the valley and the South. In the middle of this double height space, a little house holds the kitchen, fire place and, above, the master and its en-suite.

We achieved planning approval of this Grade 2 Listed Building in April 2009. It started on site in spring 2011 and is aimed to be finished in 2012-13.

 ​You can follow progress  here .  Main contractor: Graham Reed  Structural Engineer: Sigrid Stessels

​You can follow progress here.

Main contractor: Graham Reed

Structural Engineer: Sigrid Stessels

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A Church
 ​Most of the rooms are provided at ground floor which supports the substantial living area. The whole space of the church & its ceiling can be enjoyed. The original windows bring light from all directions ; sunlight will be in this space from dawn to dusk. You can gain views towards the valley and the South. In the middle of this double height space, a little house holds the kitchen, fire place and, above, the master and its en-suite.   We achieved planning approval of this Grade 2 Listed Building in April 2009. It started on site in spring 2011 and is aimed to be finished in 2012-13.
 ​You can follow progress  here .  Main contractor: Graham Reed  Structural Engineer: Sigrid Stessels
060602-panneling19.jpg
060602-corridor-day.jpg
060602-entrance.jpg
060602-3D-axonometric.jpg
060602-bedroom.jpg
060602-D-001-section.jpg
060602-D-001.jpg
A Church

Scotland 2007 - on site

This project proves that you can celebrate the beauty of a 19th Century Church whilst transforming it into a striking contemporary home. The challenge was to include 5 bedrooms, a study and a playroom within the existing church while still keeping the living area as the entire footprint.

​Most of the rooms are provided at ground floor which supports the substantial living area. The whole space of the church & its ceiling can be enjoyed. The original windows bring light from all directions ; sunlight will be in this space from dawn to dusk. You can gain views towards the valley and the South. In the middle of this double height space, a little house holds the kitchen, fire place and, above, the master and its en-suite.

We achieved planning approval of this Grade 2 Listed Building in April 2009. It started on site in spring 2011 and is aimed to be finished in 2012-13.

​You can follow progress here.

Main contractor: Graham Reed

Structural Engineer: Sigrid Stessels

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