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Stiff + Trevillion

Stiff + Trevillion

London, United Kingdom

Stiff + Trevillion - Mayfly Cottage

Stiff + Trevillion

A new build country house on the River Test.

Mayfly Cottage exterior

Mayfly Cottage exterior 



Dining Room

Dining Room 



Living Room

Living Room 



Staircase

Staircase 



A new build fishing house on the River Test in Hampshire. Traditional construction methods including green oak frame, hand made bricks, roof tiles and charred timber cladding were brought together to form a contemporary reinterpretation of a rural barn. The house sits in the grounds of a listed Manor House and is designed in context to reflect the hierarchy of the adjacent structures whilst also picking up on the local vernacular of details and materials of the hamlet at large. The house is run using sustainable natural resources including ground source heat pump, rainwater harvesting and recycling, solar and photovoltaic cells.