The client’s aim was to create a contemporary two storey extension to a historic family home, offering flexible spaces, whilst ensuring the addition fit sympathetically within its context.
Standing on the north west coastal headland overlooking Loch Pooltiel, all of Harlosh Wood h’s rooms offer cinematic views of Skye’s dramatic landscape and sea, right out to the Outer Hebrides.
The house, built in the 1940s, when Grandfather Martinho returned from Brazil, received a new family, the new owner is an interior designer who returns from the city to his small village TOURO, situated in the interior of Portugal.
Paddock house sits exposed cross-slope, in a field of rye grass amongst grazing cattle and kangaroos with distant valley views to the north. The house connects to these views via a series of framed apertures in the volume of the house.
The Farmer’s House acts as the UK base for AR Design Studio’s clients, who return to the English countryside from their travels to tend to their farmstead.
The Main Ridge House continues Noxon Giffen’s exploration of rural house typologies. The house comprises of four bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining/living spaces, and a separate Garage structure.