This family house extends over 7,300 sq ft in the heart of the Oxford Green Belt with its strict controls over development. The rigorous modern language and sculptural qualities contrast organic curvilinear shapes with more “Pure” geometric forms.
This dwelling replaces a rambling 1930s house and is set within a mature landscape with numerous trees allowing the creation of a series of garden rooms. The house opens out to a terrace so that all family rooms benefit from southerly aspects and garden views.
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