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Friday18 August 2017

Sandy Rendel Architects gets planning for South Downs house

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Construction due to start in 2013

Sandy Rendel Architects has secured planning permission for a new house in the South Downs National Park.

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Sandy Rendel Architects’ new house in the South Downs National Park

The house, which sits on the banks of the River Ouse, replaces a derelict workshop on a brownfield site.

A simple palette of materials was chosen to highlight the building’s form. At the ground floor level an insitu concrete frame is in-filled with glass and local ash-glazed brickwork. Above the walls and roof are clad in a homogenous and continuous skin of CorTen steel.

Construction is scheduled to start next year.

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Sandy Rendel Architects’ new house in the South Downs National Park model

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  • Why make a roof simple when you can make it complicated? I wonder what this achieves apart from a maintenance issue of the internal gutter!

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