OB Architecture has designed a new dwelling in the rural village of South Warnborough, Hampshire, UK. Measuring 399m² (4,295ft²), the house, called Holm Place, is located in the upper garden of Manor Court, a 17th century Grade II listed building.
The brief was to create an exemplary modern home to accommodate four bedrooms with open plan living spaces for entertaining family and friends. The design aims to have a direct relationship to the garden, maximising light and blurring the threshold between inside and outside space.
The L-shaped plan is pushed to the edges of the site to preserve the green setting around the listed building. The two-storey accommodation is positioned adjacent to the building line of Manor Court to create a direct relationship.
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Photographs by Martin Gardner
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