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This house was stripped back to its concrete frame to create an open-plan villa featuring red brick walls, pivoting glass doors and leafy gardens.

This house was stripped back to its concrete frame to create an open-plan villa featuring red brick walls, pivoting glass doors and leafy gardens.

Nestled into the rolling English countryside, a 1780s gamekeeper's cottage—with thick walls of Bath stone—has been reinvented by architect Piers Taylor with the addition of a boxy glass pavilion framed in green oak and clad in tin. Photo by Ben Anders.

Nestled into the rolling English countryside, a 1780s gamekeeper's cottage—with thick walls of Bath stone—has been reinvented by architect Piers Taylor with the addition of a boxy glass pavilion framed in green oak and clad in tin. Photo by Ben Anders.

With construction and landscaping completed, it is time to start moving in the furnishings. We selected Delta Wright ASID, IIDA, LEED AP, Co-founder of Curated, to act as our Interior Designer. Delta and her team helped us to integrate our existing vintage furniture collection with additional selections. In this image the open-plan kitchen, dining and living room space on the ground floor open onto courtyards on both sides of the house. Photo by Michael Sylvester.

With construction and landscaping completed, it is time to start moving in the furnishings. We selected Delta Wright ASID, IIDA, LEED AP, Co-founder of Curated, to act as our Interior Designer. Delta and her team helped us to integrate our existing vintage furniture collection with additional selections. In this image the open-plan kitchen, dining and living room space on the ground floor open onto courtyards on both sides of the house. Photo by Michael Sylvester.