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Scott Batty secures planning for ‘black timber box’ home

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Scott Batty Architect has been granted planning permission for a £450,000 house in Storrington, West Sussex

Designed by former HUT Architecture director Scott Batty, the four-bedroom house will be built just outside the South Downs National Park in West Sussex.

The north facade of the house, which references ‘linear agricultural buildings’, is heavily glazed to take advantage of views across the Downs with a stone spine wall that contains the chimneys and storage spaces to the south.

A ‘black timber box’ contains the home’s bedrooms on the first floor with open plan living spaces below.

The house is due to be completed in 2015.

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Project data

Architect Scott Batty Architect
Structural engineer Price and Miers
Design team Cath Hassell, ECH20-sustainability consultant, BBS- SAP assessor, Terence O’Rourke- planning consultant
Client Private
Start on site date April 2015
Contract duration 9 months
Gross internal floor area 250m² + 65m² (basement, stores)
Total cost £450,000

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