Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Garden Buildings by James Gorst Architects

These marvellous garden buildings, part of a larger restoration project of a Grade II listed Tudor farmhouse, at Wakelins in Suffolk were designed by James Gorst Architects across a meadow from the main house. According to them: "The offset rooflights of the cedar clad buildings give the roofline the character of a small settlement." Photos by Alex Franklin.


  1. Anonymous8:19 PM

    "marvelous" and where does the cedar come from? How far is it shipped?
    Sustainability, anyone?

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