Loyn & Co‘s Outhouse in the Forest of Dean (pictured) is partly buried, the elevated structure of Dursley Treehouse by Miller & Howard Workshop protects the surrounding trees’ roots and Alma-nac‘s House in the Woods is carefully integrated into its surroundings. Tinhouse on the Isle of Skye, by Rugged Design, evokes agricultural structures, Hadlow Down House by BBM Sustainable Structures subverts an energy-hungry brief into a low-energy development and James Gorst Architects‘ contemporary country house in the Midlands is clad in ironstone and bronze to evoke the earthy tones of the surrounding countryside. An urban infill house in London by 31/44 Architects is organised around three courtyards, McGarry Moon has transformed a dilapidated London cottage and Studio 304‘s Sunken Bath project reworks a gloomy London flat. Plus houses in progress by John Pardey Architects and Hudson Architects.
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