Velvet Mill

Velvet Mill
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Dominating the Bradford skyline is a group of magnificent Grade II* listed Victorian buildings, Lister Mills, with massive stone walls and an iconic 250 foot high chimney, inspired by St Mark's Campanile in Venice.
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The Old Woodyard
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Thomas and Sally Beevor gave a simple brief to Neil Winder of StudioMGM Architects. They wanted a new house to retire to. It needed to have a downstairs master bedroom, should accommodate their interests and most importantly must use as much timber as possible from the estate sawmill.
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The Rye Apartments
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Facing Peckham Rye Park in South London is a new development of ten apartments which demonstrates how the use of timber can create homes which are sustainable, efficient to buildand with interior spaces of exceptional quality.
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The Black House
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In 2003 Meredith Bowles completed a timber frame home for his family and an office for his architect's practice in the Fens village of Prickwillow near Ely in Cambridgeshire.
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Strange House
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This tiny two-bedroom house, only 75 square metres on plan, sits unobtrusively within the confines of an old brick wall in Deptford, London.
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Pocket House
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Pocket House is an award-winning family house, distinguished by its character, the quality of its detailing - much of it in timber - and by the skill with which the architect has made use of a dauntingly restricted site.
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Private House
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This project was inspired by the spirit of the Californian Case Study houses and the simplicity of Japanese domestic architecture.
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RoominaRoom
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‘RoominaRoom’ is a practical solution to a client's need for additional living space within a large existing room; it is also an innovative and imaginative new insertion, highly practical yet celebrating the form and possibilities of timber.
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Sherborne Reborn
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Triangle Architects has transformed a run down sink estate of social housing in Crewe, Cheshire, into a safe, attractive and welcoming place.
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Shingle House
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Shingle House is one of six specially commissioned dwellings for ‘Living Architecture’, a social enterprise launched by writer Alain de Botton which offers holiday homes for rent in some of the most beautiful landscapes of the UK.
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