Wolfhanger Farm was the development of two large houses in the countryside, in Bramdean.
The site originally comprised a number of large chicken sheds used for a mixture of free range and battery range hens. The farming operations had become redundant and so we looked at ways to develop the site for residential.
The process was long and convoluted, however we eventually achieved planning consent at appeal for the two dwellings.
The dwellings looked to the Arts and Crafts movement for design inspiration as it was felt that this style was complementary to other important local buildings. The style is based on regard for craftsmanship and sincere use of materials and it creates a seamless connection to the landscape.
The buildings arose from an understanding and appreciation of both countryside and art. In essence they are solid, reliable and comfortable whilst also being visionary, traditional, rustic and importantly, visually appealing.