The Stones featured in Grand Designs Magazine
“The design of this sculptural build, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Kent coast between Dungeness and Greatstone, was inspired by its surrounding landscape. The street front features sloping, curved salt-glazed brickwork and at the rear, large expanses of glass are set in timber cladding with views over the seafront. The living area and main bedroom are situated on the first floor with a cantilevered balcony over the dunes with additional bedrooms at ground level.” Read full article.
© Grand Designs magazine, as featured in July 2019 granddesignsmagazine.com
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