Bucolic UK renovation hearkens back to simpler, greener times
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The architects demolished the existing buildings and used some of the existing outlines to create a series of new walls or various heights and orientations. They used local coursed limestone to build the main house and a range of 'agricultural' materials such as sawn larch timber, corrugated aluminium and Corten steel. Related: Japanese Students Create Brilliant Straw Home Heated by Compost The interior references the random width vertical cladding of the exterior. On the inside, the same...