In this project, it was up to us to restore the existing Coachman’s House, including a new-build infill of the courtyard and the installation of a state-of-the-art, high-tech fit out.
Restoration Projects undertook the complicated design and build project from its conception. We sympathetically connected the 19th century hall to the Coachman’s House with a steel framed building, a traditional brick and stone facade rebuilt chimney, and traditional roofing. The high-tech interior includes two cinemas, night club/games room, panic room, bedrooms, bathrooms, air conditioning with climate control, and Lutron state-of-the-art security system.We worked alongside architects Tim and Peter (Core designs), interior designer David Murray (Murray Creative Interior), and Engineer Jane Entwistle (Thomasons) to add a stunning addition to this imposing hall. We created an aesthetically pleasing, impressive building with an ultra-modern interior.
New-build structural steel frame with traditional brick and stone link building.
Structural steel support to the Coachman’s House.
Refurbishing stone roofing.
A high-specification fit out of bathrooms, cinema, lounge, and bedrooms.
Under-floor heating systems and air conditioning throughout the property.