Holly Barn

Holly Barn

Holly Barn, a new house near Reedham at the edge of the Norfolk Broads, was built on the site of a derelict timber barn. The timberclad exterior relates to the local vernacular of windmills and boat-houses.

Holly Barn, a new house near Reedham at the edge of the Norfolk Broads, was built on the site of a derelict timber barn. The timberclad exterior relates to the local vernacular of windmills and boat-houses. Inside, the house has been carefully designed and detailed to allow total mobility for the wheelchair-bound client.

Holly Barn has won a number of awards including an RIBA National Award, the Wood Award for private projects 2006 and the RIBA Manser Medal 2006 for the best one-off house designed by an architect in the UK.

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