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Published on Oct 20, 2014
This beautifully detailed little summer house by John Young and Meloy Architects sets a new standard for construction quality and finish. The modest building has been carefully planned due to maximum floor space restrictions; the designer is forced to become more creative with their space saving solutions. It is a good example of how to make the best possible use of a limited area. The rooms are arranged in a way that makes the most of the views over the waters of the Kench on Hayling island. This building sits very well in the setting of the other chalets and the landscape, and has become a popular addition to the site.