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Oxhey Hall Farm, Watford

A full wall of translucent panels allows a diffused light to enter

Oxhey Hall Farm.
Oxhey Hall Farm. Credit: Nick Kane

Fletcher Crane Architects for private client
Contract value: undisclosed 
GIA: 500m2

A grade II listed barn is among seven derelict agricultural outbuildings that have been amalgamated into a five bedroom dwelling plus further accommodation. The home weaves through three of the main structures, built of brick or timber frame, each taking a different character. At the end of the main barn, the timber structure is layered with a full wall of Rodeca translucent panels which allows a diffused light to enter. A polished concrete floor fuses spaces together while ensuring the agricultural connotations are preserved.

  • Oxhey Hall Farm.
    Oxhey Hall Farm. Credit: Nick Kane
  • Oxhey Hall Farm.
    Oxhey Hall Farm. Credit: Nick Kane
  • Oxhey Hall Farm.
    Oxhey Hall Farm. Credit: Nick Kane
  • Oxhey Hall Farm.
    Oxhey Hall Farm. Credit: Nick Kane
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