“This project exists as a testimony of a highly skilled professional working in harmony to achieve a unique property that strives to achieve excellence in everyway. Working with ARCO2 has achieved a design vision that adds Architectural beauty to an already naturally captivating coastline.“
35 Buttlegate started as a former unused, steeply sloping, overgrown garden space now transformed into a stunning 4 bedroom coastal home that integrates perfectly into the landscapes natural changing levels, providing an interesting quality building.
UNDISCOVERED COASTAL LOCATION
The idyllic seaside location has influenced the need to reflect the Architectural language of the traditional beach hut.
Large recessed south facing window (avoiding unwanted solar gains)
High level integrated glazed ridges
Robust palette of external materials
OPEN PLAN SPACES
Modern and spacious open plan living areas maximise the beauty of the everchanging natural light and seascape.
Split level internal spaces follows the slope of the site
Large open plan living design
Post free internal rooms
Timber clad internal ceilings to soften internal ambience
This building provides a solution that is offering a Architectural uplift to the area whilst sympathetically preserving the green corridor into the village.
Wildflower Garage roof
Combined garage roof and garden
Design queues taken from the local built vernacular