Spinners Garden, Hampshire Home, English Building, Images, Architecture, Architect
Red Brick House, south England – design by Pad Studio
18 Jun 2015
Spinners Garden in Hampshire
Architect: Pad Studio
Location: Boldre, Hampshire, UK
The replacement dwelling set within an RHS listed woodland garden seeks to echo the U – shaped stable block on site that it replaces,creating a sheltered courtyard. The building nestles into the slope behind and brings the stunning setting ofSpinners Garden into the house.
The design objective has been to create a new building that is articulate, yet economic in form. In keeping with the local context, it draws upon the vernacular language of the New Forest and interprets it in a contemporary manner. The replacement dwelling will enable the owners and their family to live and manage the garden and nursery from home, retaining a valuable and much enjoyed public amenity.
The design seeks to minimise the environmental impact of the building both during the construction and the life of the building by utilising a super insulated fabric and discreet renewable energy options. The architectural objective has been to develop a building whose form, scale, materials and detail reinforces the character, distinctiveness and history of the site both locally and within the wider context of the New Forest.
Planning Approval was achieved in December 2010. Construction is due to commence at the end of 2013.
The project is being procured under a design and build contract and will cost 450K.
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