Canterbury Farm House  Drawing inspiration from English countryside barns, this house is comprised of a cluster of three pitched-roof buildings articulated towards western sun and views and are constructed of solid brick masonry with zinc tray roofing and deep-set windows.  The main building accommodates kitchen, dining and living areas and makes use of a double-height volume to create a light and lofty living space.  The master bedroom, ensuite and dressing room are situated on the mezzanine floor with views east and west of rural farmland and stream.  The guest quarters are situated in their own separate wing, accessed through a common glass and brick foyer.  The garage and tractor shed make up the final building.

Canterbury Farm House

Drawing inspiration from English countryside barns, this house is comprised of a cluster of three pitched-roof buildings articulated towards western sun and views and are constructed of solid brick masonry with zinc tray roofing and deep-set windows.

The main building accommodates kitchen, dining and living areas and makes use of a double-height volume to create a light and lofty living space.  The master bedroom, ensuite and dressing room are situated on the mezzanine floor with views east and west of rural farmland and stream.

The guest quarters are situated in their own separate wing, accessed through a common glass and brick foyer.

The garage and tractor shed make up the final building.

 Canterbury Farm House  Drawing inspiration from English countryside barns, this house is comprised of a cluster of three pitched-roof buildings articulated towards western sun and views and are constructed of solid brick masonry with zinc tray roofing and deep-set windows.  The main building accommodates kitchen, dining and living areas and makes use of a double-height volume to create a light and lofty living space.  The master bedroom, ensuite and dressing room are situated on the mezzanine floor with views east and west of rural farmland and stream.  The guest quarters are situated in their own separate wing, accessed through a common glass and brick foyer.  The garage and tractor shed make up the final building.

Canterbury Farm House

Drawing inspiration from English countryside barns, this house is comprised of a cluster of three pitched-roof buildings articulated towards western sun and views and are constructed of solid brick masonry with zinc tray roofing and deep-set windows.

The main building accommodates kitchen, dining and living areas and makes use of a double-height volume to create a light and lofty living space.  The master bedroom, ensuite and dressing room are situated on the mezzanine floor with views east and west of rural farmland and stream.

The guest quarters are situated in their own separate wing, accessed through a common glass and brick foyer.

The garage and tractor shed make up the final building.