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Sited within the Chilterns, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Brick Flint Pair sees the adaptation and extension of a traditional country farmhouse alongside a new building which appears like a reflection of the original.
The existing farmhouse, a grade II listed cottage built in the 17th century, is restored with its historic features revealed, repaired and celebrated. The new, contemporary element appears as a new building to the north of the existing house, echoing elements of the host structure and drawing in references of the local vernacular.
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Abbots Way, by AR Design Studio, is a stunning five bedroom house. Bordered by mature trees and a small lake, this spectacular house creates feelings of ultimate relaxation and privacy, whilst its contemporary design juxtaposes superbly with its beautifully rural location.
Ty Hedfan meaning ‘hovering house’, is an exploration of the practice’s interest in highly site specific and contextual architecture which takes its cue from the traditional Welsh long house form and the topographical constraints of the site.
In 2009 Konishi Gaffney completed their own self built house in Edinburgh.
The Japanese House was shortlisted for a Saltire Housing Award and won the Edinburgh Architecture Association (EAA) small projects award for 2010. It has been widely published and was opened in 2010 for Edinburgh's Doors Open day, receiving an extraordinary 1500 visitors.
A composition of rectilinear volumes and planes over three levels, where new architectural elements are distributed around the existing house at varying intensities, including new extensions to the rear garden.
A new five bedroomed courtyard estate house with cottage and steading annexe that commands majestic views south over unspoilt countryside. This new split level house integrates the old farm out-buildings with expansive new living area and upstairs bedroom suites and balconies. The design recalls the original imposing hillside home which it replaces.