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Hurley and Hughes’ Kentish house draws on agricultural vernacular


Some might call it wasted space, while others would call it architecture; the typical cross section of this form of 'storey and a half' house has a long and surely distinguished pedigree, from those prefabricated Danish designs typical of small communities on the Greenland coast to the more recent development of the idea in Scotland (predominantly the more remote areas). The internal planning provides scope for both ingenious use of space and creation of space, within an affordable envelope..

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26 January, 2019

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