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Replacement for Edwardian property

Replacement for Edwardian property

Edwardian new

The original property can be seen in the header image of this page.

The composition of traditional buildings in a contemporary way introduces rural qualities – simple spaces, low key surfacing and a countryside image.

Architects: Western Design. Photos: Alistair Nicholls

replacement for Edwardian propertyThe replacement employs a long, narrow format to keep roof spans modest.

Edwardian replacement property 2Outbuildings have roofs with contrasting finishes to keep their scale and extent modest.

Edwardian replacement property Thatch over render and timber claddings is a familiar Forest combination.

Edwardian replacement property Windows merge into the claddings to avoid fussy elevations.

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