BARN CONVERSION

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BARN CONVERSION by Mind Map: BARN CONVERSION

1. CLIENT

1.1. Farmer

1.2. Framhouses - bread & breakfast

1.3. expanding business

1.4. owns several cottages on site

1.5. requires accomodation to live + manage

2. REQUIREMENTS

2.1. Barn 1 (Residence)

2.1.1. en-suite to master bedroom

2.1.2. family bathroom

2.1.3. living area

2.1.4. kitchen+dining

2.1.5. downstairs wc

2.1.6. utility

2.2. Barn 2 (office)

2.2.1. farm office

2.2.2. showering + laundry facility

2.3. Incorporation of Sustainability

2.3.1. Energy Effeciency

2.3.2. Heating Systems

2.3.3. Sustainable Materials

2.3.4. Vernacular Architecture

3. SITE

3.1. North York Moors National Park

3.1.1. Planning permission req.

3.1.1.1. Local Policies

3.1.1.2. Local Design Guidelines

3.1.1.3. no PDR

3.1.1.4. building regulations

3.1.2. Existing Scenario

3.1.2.1. adjoining to large barn to be demollished

3.1.2.2. nearby buildings to be relocated if needed

3.1.2.3. structural inspection

3.1.2.3.1. suitable for conversion

3.1.2.3.2. additional structural work required

3.1.2.4. Large Barn

3.1.2.4.1. walls built off ground

3.1.2.4.2. possible corbelling or stone slabs

3.1.2.4.3. constraints

3.1.2.5. Small Barn

3.1.2.5.1. walls built off ground

3.1.2.5.2. mortar deteriorated

3.1.2.5.3. repointing entire barn

3.1.2.5.4. seperation crack - strapping

3.1.2.5.5. damp roof trusses - check

3.1.2.6. Common

3.1.2.6.1. roof recovering

3.1.2.6.2. gf replacement

3.1.2.6.3. bats-habitat compensation

4. DELIVERABLES

4.1. Design outline

4.1.1. plan & roof plan

4.1.2. sections

4.1.3. elevations

4.1.4. rendered images -3d

4.2. Design details

4.2.1. Assembly Drawings

4.2.1.1. 3 key junction details

4.2.2. Specifications

4.3. Reports

4.3.1. Feasabilty study -a4

4.3.1.1. project viability

4.3.1.2. issues

4.3.1.3. historical significance

4.3.1.4. local architecture style

4.3.1.5. client letter

4.3.2. Design & Access Statement - a4

4.3.2.1. design

4.3.2.2. access

4.3.2.3. environmental considerations

4.3.2.4. client letter