Gower Homes appointed McCormick to undertake the modernisation of Bedwell Hall, a Grade II listed farmhouse near Wrexham, North Wales. The project also included the design of one replacement dwelling and the conversion of redundant farm buildings into three homes, as well as the new build of nine dwellings with associated garages.
The replacement dwelling was designed to be subservient to Bedwell Hall's frontage and have a character and height similar to the existing farm buildings.
The integrity of the yard was felt to be the most important aspect of the farmyard group of buildings, so the existing elevations facing this direction were retained.
Conservation-style roof lights, brickwork and joinery tailored to match early buildings.