Foxhill House achieved planning approval back in November 2013 & is about to reach practical completion at the end of June. It is our latest low energy contemporary replacement house. The House is being built by HA & DB Kitchin and has been on site since Summer 2014. Pad have worked with Environmental consultant Doug King to create a thermal efficient house that maximise passive solar gain and masonry walls and polished concrete floor as the key elements of thermal mass. The new house sits forward of the existing demolished footprint, in a V shape which opens up to take the benefit of the South facing aspect. A Lime rendered wall breaks at the pin point of the V shape to welcome you into the heart of the double height staircase lobby.
At first floor a lightweight timber box clad is Shou Sugi Ban burt cedar cladding accommodates, master bedroom, study, gallery and TV room. The house sits in a heavily wooded setting and the Landscaping has been designed by award winning garden designer Amanda Pattan.