DCa have designed several bespoke houses on Spring Lane with differing, but complementary styles according to their location. They all use traditional materials, including brick and stone and are designed to optimise the enjoyment of their gardens. A typical feature of these houses is the use of traditional forms and details, combined with large areas of timber framed glazing which relates to particular garden features, views and orientation. One house has a simple rectangular form with triangular glazed elements introduced to create interesting forms and spaces. Another is orientated on the diagonal within a rectangular plot resulting in a sequence of three gardens: the play, vegetable and quiet gardens. The ‘barn’ has a square, timber clad, pyramid roofed element to the building with references to a former granary.

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