Designers: Kate Darby Architects and David Connor Design Architecture Category
Croft Lodge Studio
A dilapidated 300-year-old cottage in Leominster, Herefordshire, has been re-appropriated to surprising effect as a studio space with guest accommodation. This imaginative project encapsulates the remains of the eighteenth century building, leaving many of its original features – including dead ivy, rotten timbers and old birds’ nests – intact.
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Background image | The ruin enclosed by a new corrigated iron shell. Photo by James Morris