A garden studio within a sloped site at Springfield House in North Devon.
The architecture responds to the steep slopes, partially embedding the building into the site. The roof disappears into the landscape.
The pitch of the roofs reflects the existing site levels, with the studio opening up to the south to maximise the sunlight and countryside views.
The building is divided into two different rooms:
The summer room sits slightly higher and celebrates openness.
The study room is set down further into the landscape creating a more intimate space.
Externally the studio is clad in a local dark grey slate, whilst on the inside, in contrast, is lined in timber.