A modern take on a Cornish barn conversion. Originally the dairy for a substantial manor farm the building was converted to cottages some years ago, the current owners have undertaken a complete make-over. Set into a hillside the front elevation appears to be first floor, but the back reveals a second lower floor. Some original openings were retained, and various different floor to ceiling windows and door configurations have been achieved. Richard designed new windows and doors with a simple, traditional styling incorporating modern weatherseals and sympathetic ironmongery yet meeting current security requirements. Richard liaised with the local builder and the private Building Control Company involved, including producing specification and drawings for Building Control Approval.