Location: Northumberland National Park, UK
Threestoneburn is a historic Grade II listed farmhouse located in a remote upland area of the Northumberland National Park. The 1790 property is constructed from local granite under a slate roof and includes two stone barns of a similar age with a more recently added steel Dutch barn. The remodelling design proposal balances the existing farmhouse and eastern byre with a locally sourced timber clad super insulated wing to the west. Restoration of the existing farm buildings, native tree planting, biodiversity enhancement and a solution for energy production using a water turbine formed part of the scheme.
The remodelling proposal gained planning consent in 2009. (Unbuilt)