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Two New Build: Modern Homes with Views

Contemporary Dwellings in Langport by O2i Design - A Modern Oasis by the River Parrett

Two new build homes in Langport, designed by Duncan Pyle, are nearing completion. The contemporary dwellings sit on the edge of the town.

The steel frames for these three-storey new builds were fabricated offsite and then assembled and welded/bolted on location. Steel frame construction is ideal for tall buildings due to its strength, lightness, and quick assembly.

Large windows and balconies maximize the modern design and capture stunning views of the Somerset Levels, flooding each floor with daylight. Surrounded by green open space, these homes feel spacious and bright.

Private balconies offer sweeping views of the River Parrett. Despite their secluded location, these new builds are conveniently close to local amenities and just a short walk from Langport’s vibrant high street.

 

 

Author: Andrea Pyle
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Rural Charm Revived: Barn Conversion

Rural Charm Revived: Barn Conversion - O2i Design Consultants Barn Conversion/Renovation of dilapidated courtyard buildings in Somerset

While searching for a barn conversion project for their next home, Duncan and Andrea Pyle, architectural designers from O2i Design Ltd, came across some dilapidated stone buildings near Taunton, Somerset, which used to belong to the Duchy of Cornwall. They relished the challenge of repurposing this agricultural site with Grade II listed barns into a residential home to combine rural charm and a contemporary style. You can read the article in full here

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Listed barn conversion

barn conversion

Duncan and Andrea’s listed barn conversion was featured in the property supplement of the Metro Newspaper today (issue 19 March 2019). The article is a realistic account of what a conversion might entail. The ups and the downs! This major renovation project was extensive and complex and was carried out whilst the family lived on site.

The couple loves the functionality of the family home they have created, and it is modern, homely and cosy.

They spent a day on the photo shoot, which was great fun. It allowed them to work again with Langport photographer Bill Bradshaw and meet journalist Chantelle Horton who came down to Somerset to quiz them about the project. It was also the perfect opportunity to think about everything they love about this home.

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