This ancient timber-frame hall house was bought by our client in a semi-derelict state, being a listed building it needed to be restored in a sensitive and appropriate manner. An old basketmakers workshop in the garden had to be demolished and re-built to form an artist studio whilst maintaining as much of its original appearance as possible. Much of the old house had to be rebuilt using traditional materials such as lime plaster, brick floors and materials that allowed the building to breath naturally, whilst achieving modern construction standards.      

 

HOUSE & STUDIO

Lewes  

AS IT STOOD AT THE START
AS IT STOOD AT THE START
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AERIAL VIEW OF HOUSE & STUDIO
AERIAL VIEW OF HOUSE & STUDIO
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ATTIC WITH NEW FLOOR
ATTIC WITH NEW FLOOR
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OLD BASKET MAKERS SHED
OLD BASKET MAKERS SHED
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DEMOLISHED FOR REBUILD
DEMOLISHED FOR REBUILD
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BEFORE THE BATHROOM WAS BUILT
BEFORE THE BATHROOM WAS BUILT
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NEW BATHROOM
NEW BATHROOM
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NEW FOUNDATIONS FOR STUDIO
NEW FOUNDATIONS FOR STUDIO
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OLD ROOF BEAMS TO BE REPLACED
OLD ROOF BEAMS TO BE REPLACED
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THE FINISHED HOUSE
THE FINISHED HOUSE
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