There’s an interesting article on Remodelista about an American company that uses the reassembled frames of barns as the basis of modern dwellings. A bit like a private sector, modernising, repurposing St Fagan’s (the museum of Welsh life just outside Cardiff where historic buildings are reassembled from their original site).
I’m not sure what the heritage sector would make of this, but when applied to buildings that would otherwise be lost, I can’t see any drawbacks.
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Cob pizza oven
Since spending far too long for my wife’s liking queuing for fresh pizza from a small portable clay pizza oven at the Abergavenny food festival, I’ve fancied one of my…
Can you tell what it is yet…?
I took this picture a few weeks ago at a favourite spot.
A lovely Flemish barn conversion
I love the interior of this conversion and the great use of horizontal slats on this conversion.