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A new build house in Stalham, Norfolk Broads has been designed to Passivehaus principles by London based studio forresterarchitects. From the outset the client was keen to provide an environmentally responsive and sustainably designed solution with the garden pond to remain a central feature within a well-established garden.
The renovation and refurbishment of a Georgian villa in Bath, the highlight of which is a new contemporary double-height bay window in the basement that provides views across the Kennet and Avon Canal to the city skyline beyond.
Robin Hill is situated on a 7.5 acre plot on the Wentworth Estate, on the edge of the famous Wentworth Golf Course. The previous owner was a tree collector, so the undulating plot was heavily wooded with specimen trees. The original building on this large plot was 7,500ft2. The site was in the green belt and under green belt legislation any future building would be limited to 10,000ft2 under conventional planning calculations.
The brief was to extend and re-invent the ground floor for modern family life, complete a luxurious master ensuite and maximise the potential of the loft space. A part-two storey rear extension was the result, with a hanging timber clad ‘pod’ forming the dramatic centre piece to the ground floor kitchen/dining space.