House at Pipers End by Níall McLaughlin Architects
by Ted Savage / December 18, 2012
A striking presence in an English farming hamlet, House at Pipers End by Níall McLaughlin Architects represents both a museum-like setting to display objects from the owners' world travels, and a reflection of the casually practical ordering of outbuildings on the surrounding farms.


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Materials and functions define the various blocks assembled in sequence: wood cabinet, vitrine, steel canopy, concrete trough. The home received zoning permission to replace a local historical structure in this farming and commuting community located in the Green Belt around London. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Nick Kane.

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