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Studio Bark’s Tom Bennett (above right) explains how he came to spend a night in police custody and why he believes his actions were in the public interest
The practice turned to traditional agricultural building typologies to win planning consent under Paragraph 79 for this off-grid contemporary home, writes Fran Williams. Photography Lenny Codd
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.
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The Country House clause demands good-quality design but only around half the proposed schemes are approved. Colin Marrs looks at what gives a project the best chance of winning permission
East London-based Studio Bark has won approval for another ‘country house clause’ home in rural West Sussex – the practice’s fifth scheme to rely on Paragraph 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework
Studio Bark has won the go-ahead for this off-grid ’country house clause’ home in rural Dallinghoo, Suffolk