Three Pines Building Ltd completed a contemporary extension on a three-storey stone built farmhouse located near Much Wenlock, working alongside local architects to re model the ground floor, creating a kitchen , diner area, Garden Room, Utility and Shower room with a Aluminium Glazing system that opens up the rear of the house to overlook the garden and views of the surrounding Brown Clee Hill and Countryside.
The aim was to create a bespoke extension-built to balance the heritage and architectural integrity of the existing building. The new extension has allowed the existing cramped kitchen and diary to be opened up to increase natural light and allow the building historic material to be shown off. The materials and approach were to distinguish between the old and new
The extension compromises of a bespoke oak framed structure built in to the Stonework of the existing building, with a specified Maxlight Aluminium glazing system, Cedar Shingles, and Zinc Clad. A knock through took place with Large Beams installed holding approx. 600mm wide Stonework wall. Structural Steel Supports were installed to hold the existing Truss Ceiling Chord up, along with chimneys being opened up to use these areas for further space required for installation of new kitchen
The Roof gas a Parapet cladding in Black Zinc, finished with a Bauder Roof System with Solar Panels installed
Extensive detail to all Internal/ External Joinery and finishing works internally with a pocket door system installed
For the Landscaping, Three Pines Building Ltd installed a Pergola structure off the extension on Oak to match internal finishes, Three Pines built a new raised Patio area, with large steps and planters, These were finished with drainage channels to manage the rain water and Limestone Tiles