UK studio Mole Architects has created a house named Freeholders formed of three contrasting volumes on the coast at Wells-next-the-Sea, UK.
The studio designed the two-bedroom house to mimic the irregular clusters of cottages and terraces that characterise the conservation area in the north Norfolk seaside town.
Readers are impressed. One commenter said: "A new building that respects its surroundings"
Other stories in this week's newsletter include salt panels made using "only sun and wind", OMA's proposal for a mixed-use high-rise on Billionaire's Row in New York, and our roundup of ten homes in the Hamptons.
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