Barn Conversion

Whole Farmstead Approach

Understanding the relationship between barns and the farmsteads they originally belonged to, is an important aspect of Atkinson Architects approach to heritage conservation. Many of our commissions are for grouped farms, such as this one in Loddiswell, The South Hams. We carefully consider how best to re-invigorate and conserve individual buildings for the benefit of …

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Hands On Listed Building Surveys

Atkinson Architects have a very hands-on approach when commissioned to work with listed buildings and heritage assets. We have extensive knowledge of traditional south-west vernacular buildings, materials and construction techniques. This informs our on-site investigation into how buildings evolve and their physical condition. We are pleased to see several approved listed building projects progressing on …

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Barn roof repairs exposing beams

New Year, New Projects

Atkinson Architects wish all our collaborators, consultants and clients a Happy New Year. Architecture can be a ‘slow burn’ process – moving carefully through design, conservation and planning stages before starting works on site. We are therefore pleased to have several projects at all stages across the spectacular counties of Devon and Cornwall – be …

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Conversion of derelict barns, Dartmoor National Park

Atkinson Architects have recently completed the conversion and repair of three derelict barns in Cornwood in Devon. Moor Farm barns are all Grade II Listed, traditional Devon farmstead buildings, repaired to the highest quality. Two new dwellings and a dedicated workspace unit have been created along with substantial landscaping. Working closely with Dartmoor National Park …

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3 old barns converted to houses in Dartmoor National Park
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