13 May 2022
Fifield Barn, located in Oxfordshire, is part of a Grade II Listed building complex comprising several barns, stables and shelter sheds, and a farmhouse – which have all been regenerated into new homes over the years.

21 Apr 2022
Last month, i-Build’s Editor, Rebecca Kemp, had the pleasure of staying in one of the Wye Valley’s most inspirational properties, The Chickenshed. As the name suggests, the once dilapidated building lived its previous existence as a shed for raising poultry. Fast forward to 2022, however, and the striking property leads…

As an Interior Designer, it was always a dream of Caoimhe Connolly’s to build her very own home. Sharing that ambition with her husband, Charlie, the pair were recently able to make their homebuilding goals a reality.

11 Feb 2022
The Grade II Listed barns and farmhouse at Elms Farm, Derbyshire, are packed full of history. Originally built in 1775, the barns are the former home of the Little Eaton Brewery Company, owned by Officers, and were used as a malthouse and granary before later becoming a working farm.

05 Jan 2022
Studio Bua has transformed a derelict concrete barn in rural Iceland into a light and modern home and artist’s studio. The barn at Hlöðuberg, Skarðsströnd, is situated on a former farm overlooking the Breiðafjörður Nature Reserve in western Iceland. The beautiful rural site is surrounded by mountains, meadows, a fjord…

Soon-to-be husband and wife Janine Renaghan and Ciaran Cassidy are the proud owners of this stunning Georgian-inspired, storey-and-a-half home in scenic Ravensdale in Ireland’s County Louth.

09 Nov 2021
Located in the rolling hills of the Kentish countryside, Grade II Listed Mount House truly embraced inside-outside living when the secondary building on the property’s spacious plot was subjected to a sympathetic renovation. The transformation has brought the building up to 21st-century living standards and made the most of its…

For Scottish husband and wife Graeme and Amanda Hogg, creating a home that met the needs of busy family life was at the top of their wish list when looking to move. So, when the pair stumbled across a picturesque plot amidst the rolling hills of Aberdeenshire, they let their…

The old adage ‘travel broadens the mind’ has never been more valid than in the world of architecture and design. Not only does travel leave the once regimented a little more open-minded, but it also pushes the boundaries of creativity and design

The idea of building their very own house first crossed the minds of Clare and Joe Hughes in 2013. When the pair decided it was time to move on from their previous home, they encountered a somewhat stagnant market and started to consider a route that would offer them the…

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