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Stephenson:ISA reveals plans for £8m country house

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Roger Stephenson’s practice has revealed designs for a £8million private home on the outskirts of Preston.

Designed by Stephenson:ISA Studio and Ian Simpson Architects, the 1,981m² building has been designed as a ‘grand house in the English countryside’.

According to the design team ,the project ‘interacts with the water features already on the site’.

In a statement Stephenson:ISA Studio said: ‘The site provides an opportunity to increase the interaction between it and the building in how it presents itself’.

‘The plot has good natural features – interesting contours and existing vegetation. The proposal is to ‘manage’ these features to enhance the setting of the house in the landscape and reducing its impact on the road side to the east

‘This is achieved by some re-forming of the contours to allow the building to nestle into the land, leaving a bold composition to the west and a modest view to the east.’

Project data

Architects: Stephenson:ISA Studio and Ian Simpson Architects
Location: Langley Lane, Goosnargh, preston PR3 2JP
Type Of Project: private residential
Structural Engineers: Renaissance
Project Architect: Jyh Lee of Stephenson:ISA Studio
Funding: private
Tender date: to be confirmed
Start on site date: to be confirmed
Contract duration: to be confirmed
Gross internal floor area: 1,981m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: to be confirmed
Total cost: approx. £8million       
M&e consultant: Max Fordham
Quantity surveyor: to be confirmed
Main contractor: to be confirmed
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: to be confirmed
Annual co2 emissions: Code for Sustainable Homes level 5

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