The Well House: A Family Home with More Efficient Use of the Available Space

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Located in Buckinghamshire, the brief of the Well House is to create more efficient use of the available space. This house was a 1930s former stables block that transformed into a family home in the 1980s that sits in a very picturesque valley close to Marlow, Bucks.


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Located within the grounds of a sixteenth-century farmhouse, this 1930s former stables block is unimaginatively converted into a family home in the 1980s. It has a succession of low-ceilinged rooms that opened off each other without a central focal point while the extensive roof space is unused and blocked off largely.



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The brief for this awesome project is not only to create more efficient use of the available space but also to improve the external appearance and make a series of contemporary spaces. With this brief, this family home can provide a comfortable living place for its users.


The Well House Gallery


Photography: Stephen Fletcher Architects

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Karin Hoover

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“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci

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