The long barn to homes conversion studio by Nicolas Tye Architects. Nicolas Tye Architects is an award winning companies are pushing the boundaries of the very design to create timeless architecture and inspiration, not only in creating an exclusive environment and constantly high quality for everyone, but by recognizing that the world around us never stop constantly changing.
The United Kingdom’s Nicolas Tye Architects to design a stunning rural barn conversion home in a Bedfordshire village, with hills covered by forests blanket as far as the eye can see. By respecting the natural surroundings, the architects created a look that blends seamlessly with the outside while remaining true to its own vision of modern architecture and elegant. This style of warm and welcoming rustic barn-conversion feature to the house of 2200 square feet of living space, all wrapped in a stunning shell of planks of wood and glass warehouse. Unique farmhouse style enclosed in frameless glazed panels 3.2m high, bring beautiful vies to every room. Nature further makes its way into the glass wall makes the house with the use of natural materials. “Nagging back to the history of the adjacent warehouse building, the new studio using cor-ten detailing, further enhancing the sense of place, reflecting the old and discarded farm machinery and Iron,” according to the architect. To help keep the environment intact, house barn includes a number of technologies that are sustainable, environmentally friendly home design made with recycled rainwater, wind turbines, low-energy lighting, paints and non-toxic organic chemical sealers.