We were approached by a local developer client to develop a detailed feasibility study to construct two new contemporary dwellings on an infill development site in South Oxfordshire.
The dwellings were designed to be upside down houses with sleeping accommodation on the ground floor and living accommodation on the second floor to take advantage of views out to the River.
The dwellings have green flat roofs and constructed in timber frames with feature green living walls to the first floor elements and clad in external timber cladding. Feature mass natural stone spine walls ground the dwellings and sit the new dwellings within the rural context of the site. To the roadway natural stone dwarf walls with soft landscaping hedging are provided to protect views into the dwellings.
A strong contemporary architectural design created a very high standard of development