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The latest AJ examines three rural homes: Hampshire House by Níall McLaughlin Architects and ‘country-house clause’ schemes Black Barn in Suffolk by Studio Bark and Barrow House on the Lincolnshire Wolds by id architecture PLUS The first in a series on new ways of working looks at community land trusts; and five sustainability leaders each highlight one thing architects could do tomorrow to limit climate change.
While its public face is an apparently modest Cor-ten clad barn, id architecture’s Barrow House in the Lincolnshire Wolds contains an extensive half-buried lower section, writes Rob Wilson. Photography Andy Haslem
Grimbsy-based ID Architecture has revealed plans for a new house in the Lincolnshire Wolds designed to avoid views of nearby electricity pylons
Planning changes allowing the fast-track conversion of barns into homes could reduce design quality, architects have warned
Growing Grimsby-based practice ID Architecture has won planning permission for this £420,000 family home on a steeply sloping site in Ulceby, North Lincolnshire