North Vat

Rodic Davidson Architects, Dungeness, 2014

 

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New build house to replace a fisherman's cottage

Rodic Daavidson Architects had previously worked with our clients on the refurbishment of their London home. David is an artist and Pauline was looking for another challenge. They both love Dungeness – David was brought up nearby - and it was here that they bought a small, detached cottage, unremarkable in itself but situated beach-side, surrounded by shingle with a diverse outlook unique to Dungeness.

Our brief was to create a single living environment, allowing for entertainment, enjoyment and art. This was to be a calm and simple space where everyday activities could co-exist and all aspects of the surrounding landscape could be observed.

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  • Begun: Sep 2013
  • Completed: Oct 2014
  • Floor area: 110m2
  • Sector: House
  • Total cost: £250,000
  • Procurement: JCT Home Owner/ HO/B
  • CO2 Emissions: 279kg/m2/year
  • Address: North Vat, Dungeness Road, Dungeness, TN29 9NE, United Kingdom

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