Cirencester | Gloucestershire

I was invited by an architect to design two BREEAM Excellent luxury homes to fit a very tight site within a conservation area, restricted by tree protection orders. Through regular consultation with the architect I developed the scheme to include contrasting timber cladding and stone spine walls all radiating out from the central oak tree on site. The properties were inverted to maximise views of Chesterton House and the surrounding landscape.

The concept design allowed the client to have the option of either a four or five bedroom layout and independent guest wings. In addition the first floor focused around a central terrace that would further connect the building to the well established tree scape.As my first solo designed project I found it to be an excellent experience, but also the time and budget constraints restricted time for physical modelling or rendering work.  

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