Designed by renowned practice Tonkin Liu, the 400m2 building is sited in a triangular, sloping plot, previously occupied by a 1930s house in a conservation area on the edge of National Trust-owned land. The area is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a European-designated Special Area of Conservation.
The two-storey, white-brick building nestles into the hillside, its organic form covered with an angled, green roof, planted with chalk-land grass, that slopes down to a low garage entrance at the corner of the plot.
I was commissioned a couple of months into construction to document the build progress, and have shot a variety of time-lapses, both long and short term, alongside video and stills. On completion I will be shooting some aerial footage to complete the film. Check back in for updates once the project has completed this summer.