Build a Relationship Concept Playfully Levels House Redevelopment Design

This old house residence had been redeveloped to enhance a relationship between its landscape garden and intimate connection between interior spaces thread as playfully and the exaggeration level design. Unique wood sloping roof volume of threshold space creates visual play, consist of series of inviting decks, which has leveling area. The terrace volume invites exploration and offers connections between the adjacent rooms, garden and views. The interior style of house designed in simple volume and fulfills it with both of natural and artificial lighting. Compact kitchen, opening enclosed space transition has completely woods materials, from decorating, flooring until furniture. While other space has whiteness styles that contrasting with wooden flooring. Completed 2009. Designed by Kieron Gait Architects.

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  1. mary felgate says

    Love this image. We have 35 acre site overlooking a marsh and estuary, have permission to build eco house. Desparately want to enjoy living with views and tranquilty and need a bespoke design that fits our landscape. Any ideas? I like log/austrian-norwegian type houses but contemporary and solid. Do you do bespoke? Can you help?

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