Howe Green | Form Architecture
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Howe Green

The site of a former car showroom and workshop which is located within the Greenbelt was developed to provide six new detached family houses. The positioning of the new dwellings in a linear pattern reflects the ribbon of existing built form found in this rural location. The continuation of properties along the road, each individually designed, reinforces the nature of the surroundings containing a simple residential thread which has developed over time.

 

The use of varying styles and traditional materials gives the development an instant history, instead of challenging the local style. Introducing buildings of differing heights provides a mix of character whilst responding to the changing topography of the site and adjacent built forms.

 

The site of a former car showroom and workshop which is located within the Greenbelt was developed to provide six new detached family houses. The positioning of the new dwellings in a linear pattern reflects the ribbon of existing built form found in this rural location. The continuation of properties along the road, each individually designed, reinforces the nature of the surroundings containing a simple residential thread which has developed over time.

The site of a former car showroom and workshop which is located within the Greenbelt was developed to provide six new detached family houses. The positioning of the new dwellings in a linear pattern reflects the ribbon of existing built form found in this rural location. The continuation of properties along the road, each individually designed, reinforces the nature of the surroundings containing a simple residential thread which has developed over time.

 

The use of varying styles and traditional materials gives the development an instant history, instead of challenging the local style. Introducing buildings of differing heights provides a mix of character whilst responding to the changing topography of the site and adjacent built forms.