1029 - Hannington Farm
Three separate buildings make up this family home and deer farm in Northamptonshire.
- The main house building is predominantly framed in Cross-Laminated-Timber (CLT) floor, wall and roof panels with Glulam portal frames forming the pitched roof.
- Timber beam and column connections have been extensively detailed to ensure the desired aesthetic can be achieved, prior to being taken on by a specialist timber contractor.
- A separate guest wing and stables has been constructed in more traditional blockwork and timber, while the working barn building is framed in lightweight steel portal frames.
- A fishing lake has also been created on the site at the junction of three existing streams. The below ground drainage is fed through a packaged sewage processing plant before being discharged into the watercourse.
Site Photographs: © Kingerlee Ltd Oxford
Finished Photographs: © Ståle Eriksen
Client: PrivateArchitect: James Gorst Architects