Oliver Leech Architects

Located at the top of a sloped site, Featherbed Barn will survey over the beautiful Cotswold countryside. Clad in pre-weathered Siberian Larch, zinc and local stone the house will sit comfortably within its new setting and reinterprets the architectural language of the traditional farmhouse. Partially hidden from view on approach the building hunkers down in the landscape, whilst opening out with large glazed openings on its northern façade to allow unobstructed views over the Stour Valley.

Our engineered Oak Castle White oil, 190mm board has been used for flooring as planks and a chevron parquet, stair treads and risers.


Commissioned by Oliver Leech Architects

Photography by Jim Stephenson


Oak, Castle White oil, Chevron parquet flooring, stairs

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