Oxhey Hall Barn, Watford
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Contract | £400,000
Client | Private
Status | Complete

This Grade II listed barn in Hertfordshire, north of central London has just been completed. The main barn constructed of timber and associated buildings made of brick are amalgamated into one internal space. All walls and ceilings are upgraded to meet building regulations with new bespoke windows and doors throughout.

To the end of the main barn, the existing structure is clad with a full wall of Rodecca translucent panelling to create a glowing effect at night. The bedrooms and bathrooms have been constructed at one end of the barn within a white rendered sculptural form. Polished concrete floors with recessed negative shadow gaps define new floors from the existing structure. 

fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete

This Grade II listed barn in Hertfordshire, north of central London has just been completed. The main barn constructed of timber and associated buildings made of brick are amalgamated into one internal space. All walls and ceilings are upgraded to meet building regulations with new bespoke windows and doors throughout.

fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, london barn, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete
fletcher crane architects, barn conversion, modern contemporary architecture, london, watford, kingston, rodeca, polished concrete

To the end of the main barn, the existing structure is clad with a full wall of Rodecca translucent panelling to create a glowing effect at night. The bedrooms and bathrooms have been constructed at one end of the barn within a white rendered sculptural form. Polished concrete floors with recessed negative shadow gaps define new floors from the existing structure. 

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