Extension and refurbishment of a rural farmhouse in the village of Farley, Wiltshire. The new volume echoes the form of an existing auxiliary extension, which has been restored and refurbished, to create a double-pitched internal space opening onto a kitchen garden.
The new extension has been clad in handmade arrowhead clay tiles with crisp detailing to compliment the existing material palette of bricks and hanging tiles while establishing the volume as a contemporary addition. Slimline black steel framed doors and windows have been inserted into existing and new openings to match new powdercoated copings and cills.
Internally an expansive new floor of handmade terracotta tiles and terracotta lighting bring more earthy tones to the kitchen and dining area. Painted timber panelling lines the walls to create a datum with the openings and unify the space.