Matt Hale designed this residential scheme of 26no. individual family houses, in rural Lincolnshire, while at Buckley Gray Yeoman.
The brief looked to maximise the development potential of a thin site in a popular village, bordered by a railway line.
The forms and materials of the new houses take reference from the vernacular agricultural architecture of the area. Brick plinths and low-level walls, timber cladding to the upper floors and varied roof pitches all break down the massing, while the 'clusters' of houses, invoke the layout of farm buildings.
Location | Linconshire
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