This new dwelling for a family in the south west has been commissioned to meet the strictest of environmental standards with triple glazed windows and doors. The design has an uncompromisingly contemporary aesthetic whilst paying reference to more traditional architecture by the use of local materials.
The project has been designed to achieve Passivhaus standards and gained planning permission under the highly selective special planning approval ‘NPPF 55’ for an exemplary new building dwelling in the countryside.
Designed by CaSA Architects, Bath, with environmental analysis from Greengauge, Bradford-on-Avon, MAKE have delivered a building which exceeds both the client’s and designers’ expectations. Purpose made joinery, a bespoke kitchen, a personal sauna and natural native landscaping complimenting the building’s rural setting makes this project truly one of a kind.