This cabin was designed as an overspill space to accommodate multiple generations of an extended family. We worked closely with Dunn Architects on the shingled cedar wrapping the façade. The shingle was also used on one interior wall in the living room as part of a design that rooted the building in its woodland location, both through the choice of materials and the abundance of natural light and broad views.
A Cabin in the WoodsRead
An extra space created for a lakeside home on an old gravel pit in the Cotswolds. This floating structure was delivered ready-constructed: a bolthole for guests and grown up children that opens up onto a waterfront deck. In harmony with the lake and forest view, the interior was clad in reclaimed wooden boards which are echoed in the woodgrain glazing on the kitchen tiles, and slices of petrified wood used as cabinet handles.
Office for a GardenerRead
Sometimes the loveliest view of your home is from the bottom of the garden. This little gardener’s cabin looks out to the main house across a sapid sea of chlorophyll. Inside, the office space is softened with leafy textiles in place of cabinet fronts, allowing it to double up invitingly as a guest bedroom.