A modest external works project to define the boundary between two private homes of contrasting architectural style and language located at the heart of a rural village.
The new boundary wall and entrance gateway was designed as a wall boasting two facades. Flint sand soft reclaimed facing bricks and curved copping stones to compliment the converted barn into which the gateway led, and on the other side and where the wall faces the modern red brick house and open driveway the materials utilised were red factory produced bricks, tile creases and traditional coping bricks to match those details evident on the principal façade of the house.
A project very much of two half but successfully articulated to the approval and appreciation of both homeowners.
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