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Awards Received

 

 

Beneath are brief details of some of the awards received by Antique Buildings Ltd. 

1985

The West Sussex County Council Historic Buildings Design Award

For the reconstruction of Wolf's Barn at Timberscombe House, Fernhurst, Surrey, as a new drawing room wing.

1986

The West Sussex County Council Historic Buildings Design Award

For the reconstruction of Beech Farm Barn to form a new guest annex.

The West Sussex County Council Historic Buildings Design Award

For the rebuilding of a group of farm buildings to form a new winery

1987

The RICS/The Times Conservation Awards

For the reconstruction of a group of farm buildings to form an open cloister and guest annex at Hurstlands Cottage, West Sussex

1988

The Civic Trust Awards

For contributing to the quality and appearance of the environment - Lurgashall Winery

1989

The RICS/The Times Conservation Awards

For conserving the Industrial Heritage of Lurgashall Winery

1990/91

The West Sussex County Council Building Design Award

For the best and most harmonious extension to an historic building - Goldring Cottage, Petersfield

1994/95

The West Sussex County Council Building Design Award

For conversion of a lake barn to form a dwelling

1996/97

The West Sussex County Council Building Design Award

For the best and most carefully considered restoration and conversion of a historic building - Marchants Barn

1999

The Sussex Heritage Trust Awards

For the sympathetic conversion of a group of redundant farm buildings to form three dwellings - Little Park Farm, Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex

The Civic Trust Awards

For a valuable contribution to the quality and appearance of the environment - Little Park Farm, Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex

2000/2001

        The Sussex Heritage Trust Awards

For the restoration and re-erection of a local Sussex Barn to provide agricultural storage, and the construction of a traditional open-fronted cartshed building to provide garaging/guest accommodation.

The West Sussex County Council Building Design Award

For excellence in the design of a new building

Broomers Hill, Pulborough, the creation of a walled garden contained by a re-erected barn (supplied by Antique Buildings Ltd), high stone and brick walls, a long lean-to greenhouse constructed in the Victorian style and an open fronted garage building with guest accommodation above; the scheme also included the creation of a cobbled, walled parking area.

Assessors' Comments:   "An objective of this development was to give the new work a sense of belonging and maturity.  This has been achieved with marked success by the careful use of best quality materials, by the provision of a reconstructed timber framed barn from another site and by the prodigious care of and attention to the detailed design.  The overall effect, with the added benefit of high quality landscaping is most pleasing."

2007

The Sussex Heritage Trust Awards

Landscape & Gardens award for Brightling down

A group of traditional Sussex buildings and courtyards were built comprising a new oak-framed cross-wing house, a courtyard enclosed by a new tower house and various open fronted buildings which provided a gym, guest accommodation and open garaging.  Courtyards  were created to form a discrete parking area,  a swimming pool garden and a vegetable garden. New terraces, lakes and a water cascade provided a focus for the garden landscaping. Our partners in this were Acres Wild.

 

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