Tim Brook Projects

      Before   After
Right: A 1970's timber clad extension on a significant stone built house in a Conservation Area    
Far right: The replacement extension in natural stone providing a dining area off the kitchen and giving direct access to the garden.  
Right: Alterations in progress to a Victorian house involving the removal of internal walls to create a large kitchen, dining and family room.    
Far right: The same house on completion looking from the kitchen to the new family room (Kitchen by The Newcastle Furniture Company)  




A typical range of redundant 1840's farm buildings prior to conversion.

Far right: The same group of buildings as the previous photograph after restoration and conversion into holiday letting units  
Right: A wing of a stone steading, once forming part of a large farm estate, prior to rebuilding.    
Far right: The same wing converted into residential use following extensive repair and restoration.  
Right: An extensive restoration and refurbishment programme in progress on a traditional Durham farmhouse    
Far right: The same farmhouse nearing completion, using traditional building materials and techniques.  
Right: An 1840's stone farmhouse prior to restoration with concrete tiled roof and non-original windows.    
Far right: The same farmhouse with new chimney stacks, repaired and restored masonry, a natural slate roof, with windows replaced with traditional joinery.  
Right: A new detached house under construction, utilising green technologies for central heating and hot water.    
Far right: The same house nearing completion.