The mill complex is set deep within a 26 acre
wooded farmland and the plot sits in a shallow valley,
nestled amongst the trees, small meadows and the
remains of the Grade II Listed ruin of Brynn Mill - its pond, mill race and outbuildings.
The new house is sited to be an integral element
of the mill complex occupying the footprint of a
dilapidated hay barn.
The design of the new house is a long, thin, 1½ storey pavilion-like structure, elevated above the ground with a roof that hugs the interior forming a faceted hill-like structure from the outside.
Cornwall County Council granted consent for this unique planning application following overwhelming support from the Parish Council.
Location: Cornwall, UK
Size: 300 sqm