This rural house is radically sited on a steep wooded slope and overlooks a group of C12th buildings. Designed by David Levitt in 1964 for one of Ove Arup’s former partners, the property had fallen into disrepair and was uninhabitable for much of the year.
Ansty Plum House
Working in partnership with architect Coppin Dockray, we delivered a gem, consisting of two eloquent and imaginative buildings. The entire project has undergone an impressive retrofit and a bold studio extension
RIBA House of the Year Award 2016 – Shortlist
Wood Awards 2016 – Winner
British Home Awards 2016 – Winner for House under 250m2
RIBA South West Small Project Award 2016 – Winner for Best Small Project
RIBA South West Award 2016 – Winner
Manser Medal 2016 – Highly Commended
Telegraph Homebuilding and Renovating Award 2015 – Winner for Best Renovation
AJ Retrofit Award 2015 – Shortlist
Grand Designs House of the Year 2016
Deezen Top 10 Houses in 2016
The Guardian – A forgotten brutalist gem in Wiltshire has been lovingly brought back to life
Evening Standards – This is a very intelligent refurbishment, it’s a celebration of restraint. This was not a big grand project, it was taking away almost as much as it was putting in.
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