Lafferty House, Westfield
Eco-Friendly Ground Floor Extension and Overhaul of Existing House
 

The Lafferty House sits on a large plot within the grounds of the 16th Century Bridge Castle Tower House. The extension replaces an earlier conservatory and enhances the dwelling's connection with outdoor spaces.

The re-working of the ground floor of the house creates much-needed family spaces. Bespoke features include triple-sliding patio windows, curved ceilings, disappearing doors and a modern Kitchen.

The refit includes underfloor heating in multiple zones fed from an accumulator tank heated by a gasification biomass boiler to give year-round low carbon heating and hot water.

Externally, Siberian Larch weatherboards contrast with grey decking made from recycled plastic.

EKJN Architects
Bryerton House, 129 High Street
Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49 7EJ

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