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Fielding House / Cheshire Architects

Fielding House / Cheshire Architects

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Text description provided by the architects. The house is a glazed pavilion siting in the dunescape above a coastal golf links. The two planes of roof and main floor are joined by three timber clad conic forms that house fireplace, bathrooms and kitchen. A partial lower floor is reached by lift and houses guest suite, garage, storage and plant room.

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The glass pavilion is a familiar form in mid-century architecture and is here given some complexity as the cones break up the open expanse of the house. They provide enclosure amid

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the open pavilion and unexpected revelation of the house’s spaces and the views beyond as one moves between the gently inclined walls. In a wide-open landscape, the presence of the tapered forms supporting the roof above slows the sitting space and induces a sense of calm repose from which to embrace the wide horizon.

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Cite: "Fielding House / Cheshire Architects" 14 May 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/961634/fielding-house-cheshire-architects> ISSN 0719-8884

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