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House of the Year Award

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Architects who designed a hill-side home with threestorey void and built it among trees in Nottingham have won the Daily Telegraph/Homebuilding and Renovating magazine House of the Year Award. Alison Davies and Steve Banks, partners in Groundworks Architects, designed the steel-framed wood-clad home with a roof terrace and 52 steps leading to the front door. The land and building costs totalled £87,000, and the pair aim to coat parts of the house with bright red render.'It looks amazing from a distance, 'said Banks.

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