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An eco-house on the edge of a ribbon development village in rural Bedfordshire.
The site lies on the edge of a ribbon development village in rural Bedfordshire and is surrounded by mature trees, hedgerows and arable fields. A sweet chestnut clad box is cantilevered off a solid masonry and glass plinth, from across the fields, it looks like it is floating over the hedgerows. The house incorporates sustainable technologies such as rainwater recycling, photovoltaic array and a ventilation system with heat recovery. The landscaping forms a transition between the domestic and agricultural environments.