The original house was a timber framed Colt House (see info below) extended by a previous owner with a two-storey brick addition in the 1990’s. The site is approximately a mile inland from the Suffolk Coast and surrounded by a number of individual residential properties set within generous well-established landscaped plots.
Peter Cook has been photographing architecture and interior design in the UK and internationally since 1982. He has built a comprehensive portfolio of work of some of the world’s finest architects. Working in a high definition digital format and from a minimum brief, he aims to deliver strong images of his clients’ projects.
In 2005 Peter Cook was awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal Institute of British Architects. He enjoys working with new young architectural practices helping them to get their work published alongside the more well known.
His work is regularly published in UK and international magazines and books. Peter Cook works to commission and distributes work through View Pictures.
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Situated in the far corner of a mews, our brief for this project was to create a contemporary family home. To respect the existing architecture of the mews, we designed a home that has a more traditional feel on the outside, with bricks and sash windows, but which has a distinctively modern feel inside.
Jackson Hole is perched high above the town of Jackson with wide views of the snow capped peaks and vast valley of the Grand Teton National Park. The house is designed by McLean Quinlan Architects, a leading architectural practice in the high-end residential sector. Based in London, the practice is increasingly taking on projects overseas in both the […]