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Adam Knibb Architects

Adam Knibb Architects

Winchester, UK

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Adam Knibb Architects - Pooley House, Hayling Island (JPA)

Adam Knibb Architects

Contemporary new build house to frame views across Chichester Harbour.

Pooley House, completed whilst at JPA

Pooley House, completed whilst at JPA 




Completed whilst working at John Pardey Architects, Adam Knibb was the project architect from inception.

Lying on the South East corner of Hayling Island with views across Chichester Harbour, the client’s active lifestyle in watersports was incorporated in the design to take advantage of these views whilst also provide adequate amenity space for their hobbies. The open plan first floor living area sits within a cedar clad box which has been developed with balcony access to sit at right angles over the base which, in contrast is a white rendered box. Linked with a glass ‘lantern’ over the staircase to the north elevation the bedrooms on the ground floor all have views and access across the garden.

Credit: John Pardey Architects, photos by James Morris.