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A green-roofed dwelling perched on the precipice of Burgh Island’s cliffs

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by Lidija Grozdanic last modified Feb 16, 2016

The green-roofed standalone hotel suite on Burgh Island in Great Britain looks like a natural extension of the cliffed coast. London-based firm Carmody Groarke designed the 'Pool House' and were selected as the winners in an invited RIBA competition. The firm collaborated with structural engineers Price & Myers to create a dramatic luxury retreat that "creates a restrained but sensuously uplifting place for guests to take delight in this stunning location". The owners of the hotel,...




 

 

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This green-roofed ‘Pool House’ in Great Britain is perched on the precipice of Burgh Island’s cliffs. London-based Carmody Groarke collaborated with structural engineers Price & Myers to create a dramatic luxury retreat that “creates a restrained but sensuously uplifting place for guests to take delight in this stunning location”.


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