A series a farm buildings were deconstructed and then rebuilt to form a low level courtyard house in deepest Wiltshire. Blending into the landscape the exterior retains much of the traditional farmhouse vernacular but move inside and the interiors are unapolegetically modern. Yet this is a modernist house that has retained it's heart and soul.
Urban loft style interiors blend into natyralistic architectural garden beyond the glass walls.
The garden is fundamentally fused with the architectural and interior detailing.
The design discipline of using a limited palette of basic materials – concrete, glass, steel and Douglas Fir - created a simplicity and honesty of design. Together with the sensitive detailing of materials and textures, gives Foxwood a rewarding sense of peace and almost monastic calm.