A contemporary renovation for a 16th century barn in Sheffield, England

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

 

Snook Architects have designed the renovation of a barn, originally built in the late 16th century, transforming it into a contemporary home in Sheffield, England.

 

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

The cozy living room has a large picture window, with views of the outside.

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

The stone fireplace adds a touch of earthy warmth to the space.

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

On the other side of the stone wall, is the dining and kitchen area.

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

The dining area and kitchen share the open space.

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

The kitchen is a very a modern contrast from the historical building.

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

A walkway with a glass railing allows for a view of the kitchen and dining area below.

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

A frosted glass door welcomes you to the bathroom.

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

The home also has a games room.

Cat Hill Barn by Snook Architects

Photography by Andy Haslam

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