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A design for a new house to replace an unremarkable 1930s building in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The house was conceived as a collection of farm buildings - as so many wealden farmsteads are - and with a modern interpretation of the traditional material palette of stone, brick, tile and timber cladding.
Between each element of the 'farmyard' are glazed links which simultaneously allow the elements of the whole to retain their individuality and yet the floor plan can flow from space to space in a very natural way.
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