"Daykin Marshall Studio specified Ketley Quarry Tiles in the restoration of Old Four Row for their history, robustness and warm colour tone. The cottage was originally designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and they feel like something the famous Arts & Crafts architect might have chosen. They are laid in a herringbone pattern, like a fine parquet, over a thin underfloor heating system. The ‘brown brindle’ finish complements the oak structure and furniture of the ’timber hall’ extension. It's nice to make something with materials that should still be there in another 150 years! " Mark Marshall, Daykin Marshall Studio
Oak frame extension in Lincolnshire
Winner RIBA East Midlands Project of the Year Award 2023 & RIBA East Midlands Award 2023
Shortlisted for AJ Small Projects Awards 2021
Designed by Daykin Marshall Studio
Photographs by Nick Dearden
This old grade II listed estate cottage dates back to the 1870's and has been renovated and made fit for modern living by architects Daykin Marshall Studio. Ketley brown brindle quarry tiles have been laid throughout the ground floor, over underfloor heating powered renewably by an air source heat pump.