This replacement dwelling is located on a sloping plot, with glorious views over the Shropshire hills & the site context greatly influenced the design. The solution was to create a sunken 'upside down' house, which maximised the connection with the exterior & created fantastic views over the hills from the living accommodation.
The local architectural style also informed the choice of building materials; we sourced a stone from a local quarry & used a modern Oak cladding to compliment both the stonework & Oak frame Structure.
Parking is provided at the upper level of the site, leading to the front porch & living accommodation, whilst the bedrooms on the lower floor open onto the private garden. The main open plan living space opens onto a roof terrace where the view can be admired also.