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Occupying one of four plots (a gap in a Brixton terrace), Slip House is CTA in-house development built in the bottom of the garden of a derelict house.
Three simple ‘slipped’ orthogonal box forms break up the bulk of the building and give it it’s striking sculptural quality. The top floor is clad in milky, translucent glass planks which continue past the roof to create a high level enclosure for a private roof terrace.
Designed to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5.
Springfield Farm replaces an undistinguished 1950s bungalow with a contemporary and innovative two-storey house. The site lies within the Bath and Bristol Green Belt on the edge of the scattered settlement of Stoney Littleton.
PAD studio were approached by a family who were interested in investigating the Paragraph 55 (formally PPS7) NPPF policy to seek planning permission for a new house in a beautiful rural site.
This is a very specific, highly challenging policy to meet,
Working within considerable local planning restrictions we designed a house that is both contemporary and at ease in its historic village setting.
The exterior marries vernacular materials and proportion with modern detailing while the interior’s fluid arrangement of varied spaces reveals moments of surprise and delight. Materials are largely left natural and self-finished inside and out, with inspiration coming from the area’s robust and simple farm buildings.
Structurally Insulated Panel (SIP) construction provides excellent environmental performance and allowed the structure to be erected to water-tightness in only one week. The total build...