Artists, child actors and tired walkers find shelter in Hakes' converted barn

Young London practice Hakes Associates has converted the grade II-listed building into an exhibition centre that also serves as a shelter for walkers in Wycoller Country Park, the raw landscape that once inspired the Bronte sisters.

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