Mill Houses / Location: Wiltshire, England / Date: 2007 / Client: Withheld
This project involved the creations of three connected dwellings alongside a listed stonewall, bordering a busy road. The concept was for a timber-clad face on the roadside, which opened up as primarily glazed elevations to the private, gardens on the other side.
The design was animated by the provision of various roof pitches and staggering the facades. The vertical nature of these houses and clear distinction between private and ‘public’ space, complies with guidelines described by the writer Christopher Alexander and can be seen in another form on our Pattern House project.