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A large contemporary family house overlooking the RAC Epsom golf course orientated to maximise natural daylighting, and which frames a private sunken courtyard garden. The angular geometry is driven by the site relationship to views and daylight and is continued into the landscape which is also designed by Eldridge London.
Surrounding houses overlook this backland site, so we developed an inward looking courtyard house arranged around a tranquil pool. The design is a composition of pavilions that respond to the irregular boundary.
‘Soft’ and ‘delicate’ were the starting points for the concept. The existing property had a myriad of architectural features – steel Crittal windows and doors, exposed brickwork and steel columns painted gold. A colour palette of subdued, grown-up pastels was chosen to bring a calming cohesiveness to the space. As the light changes throughout the day these subtle nuances of colours are picked up.
Textures are modern and luxurious – linen and matt Fenix NTM sits alongside velvet, marble and mirrored surfaces. The interplay of these varying textures allows the space...
A new build home set in a rural valley in South Devon, this five-bedroom house has been designed as a contemporary take on the vernacular style of rural buildings, featuring zinc clad pitched roofs and vertical western red cedar cladding, alongside the use of stone cladding to accent a projecting entrance porch to the front of the property.