Victorian farmhouse in Cotswolds

The project was realised by Waugh Thistleton Architects for the artist Jake Chapman and his family. The restoration uses a modernist vocabulary to link an existing Victorian farmhouse and the 17th century barn. The Vitrocsa windows, with their slim mullions of 18mm, give a lightness to the existing buildings and distinguish between what is old and new at the same time as weaving the buildings together. All the large window panes slide allowing various combinations of openings, including a dissolved corner.

Awards
RIBA Wessex award
RIBA Manser award (shortlisted)
RIBA South West Town and Country awards (shortlisted)

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Actuality

Category : awards

De Maria Pavilion

The project won the 2017 New York City AIA Honor award in Architecture.

Architizer A+Awards

Architizer A+Awards public voting is open until Friday, March 31st. Vote now for our Vitrocsa project!

Orama, Woollahra

Orama is one of Woollahra’s finest and most historic homes.

The Pritzker Architecture Prize

The international prize is awarded each year to a living architect/s for significant achievement.

Victorian farmhouse in Cotswolds

Restoration of a Victorian farmhouse into a family home.

Stanton Williams Architects

vitrocsaminimal have recently completed the supply and installation of the sliding doors for this project in North London, by Stanton Williams Architects.

Country Estate in New Canaan

The Wiley residence in New Canaan, Connecticut, designed by Philip Johnson in 1952–53.

48'000
glazing surface by year (m2)

11'726
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