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Mountain Rescue, France by Blee Halligan Architects

This self-build project serves as an annexe to a mill house. An existing ruined outhouse was patched up and a new timber bedroom, bathroom and dressing room were added

The exterior still resembles a ruin except for a Douglas fir window, which replaced a collapsed external wall. The bathroom and dressing room are housed within an existing lean-to addition and a wide oxide-red gutter joins the roofs of these two historic parts. The building is entirely self-sufficient, with a photovoltaic panel and battery for the building’s electrical needs.
Cost: £18,000

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