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UK-based practice Mole Architects have built an extension to a protected farmhouse in south-east England. The new extension replaces the old extension built in 1970s. Here is a description from the architects, “Hawthbush consists of a group of farm buildings surrounding a farmhouse in open countryside. The site sits within the Low Weald, close the ‘boundary’ of the High Wield. The brick built farmhouse was extended with a two storey extension, c.1970’s of little architectural merit. Mole proposed to demolish the 1970s extension, and erect a new contemporary extension, adopting a design that reinterprets the qualities of the Farmsteads in the local area in a contemporary way that is sympathetic to the existing farmhouse.”
Image Courtesy: Mole Architects