Photos by Brotherton Lock and Rachael Smith by means of Dezeen.
This gorgeous circa-1962 residence, named Ansty Plum, in Wiltshire, England, was designed by architect David Levitt and additional on to in the ’;70s by renowned Brutalist architects and urban planners Alison and Peter Smithson. The house is a situation research in delicate, modernizing restorations that retain historic character with no creating a museum vibe.
Lately offered a revamp by the co-founders of the London firm Coppin Dockray Architects, the residence, which is built into a hillside and characteristics a distinctive Douglas Fir-framed roof, actually seems quite open and airy. Sandra Coppin and her husband purchased the residence in 2010, in accordance to Dezeen, and undertook the approach of generating it ideal for occupation in the cold, damp months of British winters. This concerned refinishing surfaces, incorporating insulation and new glazing, and installing a central HVAC program.
Coppin Dockray’;s enhancements also incorporated including radiant-floor heating in some locations of the residence and remodeling the kitchen entirely, changing cabinetry and countertops. Take a seem.
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