Mendip Magic


Mendip Magic was designed as an upside down building, with the sitting room and kitchen located on the upper floors and the bedrooms below. The main room of the house has been left vaulted to the ceiling, to give the feeling of height and space. The frame was built onto blockwork downstairs and external covered in the natural stone of the Mendips. This case study was featured in Homebuilding & Renovating in June 2001. The full article can be accessed via the following link:

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