In Henley-on-Thames (about 45 minutes from London) lies this beautiful architectural barn dating back to c. 1900 and used to be a dairy cattle shelter.
Today, with the help of architect McLaren Excell, they transformed this architectural barn into a stunning home.
The ground floor is mainly open plan with a beautiful wooden ceiling and a concrete floor. Two Valchromat and steel pods are used to divide the large space, which also contain the cloakroom, wc and utility.
Upstairs you find the hayloft which is kept with traditional style with wooden ceilings and walls which give those spaces a warm touch. This home is the perfect example of a barn conversion done well with all the love and respect for the original architecture.
photos via The Modern House