South Downs Development - Randell Design Group
Based near Chichester in West Sussex, Randell Design Group is a firm of specialised architects and interior designers dedicated to making interesting and beautiful spaces through the realisation of our clients’ dreams. We offer custom services including architecture, planning, interior design, project management and construction. All of us love what we do and aim to make the design process enjoyable for our clients. We pride ourselves on a high quality, tailored expertise with a personal touch for clients across southern England including Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, London and beyond.
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South Downs Development

Category
Architecture
About This Project

Randell Design Group worked with local developers and builders, King & Drury, to design four custom homes set in the South Downs National Park in the pretty village of Funtington. These four spacious homes have been designed for contemporary living using traditional materials, state of the art systems and superb attention to detail.

Every home is unique and developed to a very high standard of finish – three of which are new build constructions and the fourth a significant renovation of a traditional country home. All four properties include generous, well thought out kitchens designed by Hubble Kitchens with open plan dining and living areas suited for relaxed living and entertaining.

The homes were developed in a sensitive manner appropriate for the historical and topographical setting, maintaining the architectural language of a converted courtyard farmstead. One property emulates a large threshing barn, one a granary and the single storey connecting element between the two barns is modelled on a stable. Brick and larch cladding were used on all the buildings.

We love…the abundance of natural light and spacious design, indoor-outdoor entertaining areas and vaulted ceilings in all the properties and the majestic 250 year old oak tree and secret door in Orchard Barn!