This new house design for a site in North Suffolk links with the Roman heritage of the area. This is inspired by the Roman atrium villa plan and the mass wall construction which they used.
There is an upper level garden and the house is protected by a glazed wave roof which merges with the dramatic Suffolk skies. The fully transparent roof also generates electricity fed by the sun which is an innovation and the 2 straw burning stoves feed into a new carbon capture system which traps 98% of the emitted carbon.
You can see the Planning Application Documents by visiting Babergh and Mid-Suffolk Planning ref.no DC/21/00938.
The design has now been registered in Europe ref no. 007729207.