Project Brief
Type: Residential / New Build
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This is a large house with 3 storeys of accommodation cleverly lowered into its sloping site. 3 simple gabled roofs run front to back with a modest 1 1/2 storeys of height at entrance level. Within is a spectacular triple height dining space providing panoramic views of St Enodoc Church, Brea Hill at the southern end of Daymer Bay and the Camel estuary. A series of south-facing terraces take in the views and the beautiful gardens (designed by Landscape Architect Patrick Collins). The house is highly insulated with 300 -350mm cellulose fibre insulation in a spaced stud timber frame. Heat recovery ventilation maintains excellent indoor air quality with very low energy use.
“We just wanted to pass on our sincerest thanks for all of your hard work in designing and then overseeing the build. Being the first (and only!) time we have done something like this you have made all the horror stories one hears seem hard to fathom. It has been a remarkably smooth journey and your input throughout has always been creative and positive.”
Justin & Bridget Barton