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Nick Willson submits plans for trio of homes in 'veiled' barn

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Nick Willson Architects has submitted plans to convert a large barn in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty into three new homes

The 861m² scheme will retain the concrete structure of the existing agricultural building on the Willinghurst Estate at Shamley Green and clad it in a new charred larch ‘veil’.

The practice’s design and access statement describes this timber structure as a ‘highly articulated screen that provides different tones and shadows throughout the day’.

A committee date has not yet been set by Waverley Borough Council.

Nick Willson Architects' proposal for the Willinghurst Estate

Nick Willson Architects’ proposal for the Willinghurst Estate

Nick Willson Architects’ proposal for the Spring Barn on the Willinghurst Estate

Type of project: Barn refurbished into three new dwellings
Client: Private
Architect: Nick Willson Architects. Project architect: Rosa Aragon
Planning consultant: Nick Willson Architects
Structural engineer: To be confirmed. All other consultants being commissioned now
M&E consultant: To be confirmed
Main contractor: To be confirmed
Funding: Privately by client
Tender date: January 2017
Start on site date: March 2017
Completion date: March 2018
Contract duration: 12 months
Gross internal floor area: 861m² over three floors
Form of contract and/or procurement: JCT traditional
Total cost: Undisclosed

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