House 784 by Stephenson ISA Studio
by Ted Savage / June 14, 2013
Reacting against the "conservative, bland and mock traditional" suburban homes in the neighbourhood, House 784 by Stephenson ISA Studio, in Cheshire, England, emphasizes light, privacy, and the unfolding of interior space, after a battle for approval with local planning officials who failed to understand modern design.


Cost was controlled with concrete slab on block construction, and careful materials sourcing, including locally available Jura limestone exterior, metal deck roof, and bathroom floors in granite stone tile intended for paving streets. Via ArchDaily.

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