A proposition for the replacement of an existing dwelling (bungalow) in the undulating rural areas above Macclesfield. A response to the site and its green belt requirements resulted in a rationale for a single storey design. Annabelle Tugby Architects proposed a dwelling composed of a compact cluster of structures each taking on a modern barn form. There are two main wings, a master suite semi-detached for seclusion by a glass link, and stables. The barns are clad fully in pre-weathered timber with a mix of louvered screens and cor-ten steel shutters positioned to vary light and view.
Gross external floor area: 150m² //1,614sqft
Manchester Society of Architects 2016// Best One-off House WINNER
BUILD awards 2016// Best Contemporary Architect WINNER
- Architects Journal/ Annabelle Tugby wins planning approval for barn-like home in rural Cheshire
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