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4 Jun 2017

Buckinghamshire Building News

Buckinghamshire Building – Latest Designs

Turn End House and Garden / Peter Aldington – August / September Events
Turn End House Haddenham interior
photograph : Richard Bryant _ Arcaid
Turn End House and Garden in Buckinghamshire
In the heart of Haddenham (Buckinghamshire) is Turn End, one of a cluster of three 1960s village houses, all listed at Grade 2*, designed and built by architect Peter Aldington. Its internationally renowned garden, created as a natural extension to the architect’s own house, unfolds as an intriguing series of ‘garden rooms’. Turn End Trust, established to promote the integration of building and garden design and conserve the Turn End estate, hosts an annual programme of events which includes these forthcoming events.

Paragraph 55 House
Design: AR Design Studio
Paragraph 55 House Ravenstone
image from architect

Paragraph 55 House – 24 Mar 2016
Planning permission for this contemporary property: the 3-bed dwelling that sits in the Buckinghamshire countryside, was placed under the paragraph 55 planning clause due to its ‘green belt’ site.

Flint House, Waddesdon
Design: Skene Catling de la Pena
Flint House, Waddesdon
photograph : James Morris

Flint House in Buckinghamshire – 25 Nov 2015
Grand Designs House of the Year 2015

Hurst House
Design: John Pardey Architects in Collaboration with Ström Architects
Buckinghamshire Home
photo : Andy Matthews

Buckinghamshire Property
The Hurst House is a new build one-off contemporary house located on the edge of the village of Bourne End in Buckinghamshire. The site forms part of a garden of a substantial house located on the edge of Bourne End in Buckinghamshire, directly fronting an area of open fields that form part of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding National Beauty (There are currently 33 AONB designations within England).
The clients’ brief was to build a very sustainable and contemporary family home that would have the flexibility to successfully cope with changing family conditions as their children grow up and leave the nest. This lead to a house where they can live in one extended space while family bedrooms can be shut down and left on tick-over.

Garsington Opera Pavilion, High Wycombe
Design: Snell Associates
Garsington Opera Pavilion High Wycombe
photo : Marcus Dawes

Garsington Opera Pavilion – 30 Jun 2012
In the great English tradition of distrust of the new followed by rapid assimilation into permanency and subsequent listing, Garsington’s design concept is driven by the need for it to be a completely demountable ‘temporary’ structure. Although it is supposed to be taken down every autumn, the landowner likes it so much he already suggested leaving it in place after the first season.

Buckinghamshire Architecture

Key Buildings, alphabetical:

Buckinghamshire House
Buckinghamshire House
photo : Marcus Dawes

Buckinghamshire House
Set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, the stark inscrutability of a concrete monolith is interrupted by two vertical apertures. In contrast, the rear breaks down into floating blocks of rough-sawn timber, bush-hammered stone, and clear sheet-glass which diminish to the scale of the immediate landscape.

Caldicott School – new hall, Farnham Royal
Buschow Henley

Ercol Furniture Factory, Princes Risborough
Horden Cherry Lee Architects

Holme Wood – Private house, Marlow
Hamiltons Architects
1,500 sqm: on site

House at Little Frieth, nr high Wycombe
Colin Lucas
Private house – Modernist
Refurbished 2001 by Dennis Sharp Architects

Michael Young Building, Milton Keynes
Jestico + Whiles

Milton Keynes Academy building
Milton Keynes Academy
picture from architect

Milton Keynes Academy building

Milton Keynes Stadium
HOK Sport Architecture
Milton Keynes Stadium
HOK sport architecture

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Peter Aldington’s own house, Haddenham
Peter Aldington

Pinions Barn, Higham Cross
Simon Conder Associates
Pinions Barn – Wood Awards 2005
Buckinghamshire building award : RIBA Awards 2006 – South

Stowe House – Restoration Phase 2
Purcell Miller Tritton
Stowe House
picture from architect

Buckinghamshire house

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Location:Buckinghamshire, England