Threshing Barn Conversion by Stedman Blower Architects

The Threshing Barn is a Victorian post and beam frame 1840’s barn conversion in Surrey, England designed by Stedman Blower Architects. The residence was built for a young family who wanted a new home in a contemporary style. The project was showcased on the famous television show “Grand Designs”. In the finished building, the curved and plastered walls, spiral stair and sinuous bridge contrast with the simple geometry of the timber frame.


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