Transforming heritage with a modern touch, Artel31’s latest completed project The House Through the Red Gate is a stunning example of blending old and new. Originally two listed Cotswold stone byres, this farmyard conversion now features a fully glazed open-plan kitchen, creating a seamless connection between house and garden.

Mangotsfield Folly is finally complete after many years of planning. An imaginary lovechild of Prouve, Mari and Judd, this structure will stand for just 1 year and be home to multiple local artists. Images courtesy of @charlesemerson_

Social space at Plot 2 underneath a vaulted ceiling.

Plot 3’s stairs are so beautiful you want to carry a photo of them in your wallet!! Captured here in all its subtleties of light and absence.

Gable end rendered wall and chimney with windows

The anchor for our House in a Field is this gable which was designed in reverence to the workers cottages historically on the site.

Cantilevered down-pipe and gutter at Plot 2 with the gables.

So lovely to see our House in a Field settling in today! Nearly finished.

Attic room with exposed steel beams at Old Ashley Hill in Bristol

The Cottage’s canopy using a combination of expressed and blended junctions to emphasise its horizontal nature.

House by the River entry hall, herringbone door and cantilevered chimney