Sometimes you come across those brilliant architectural designs that conquer those of my favourite show, Grand Designs. The thing that lets down those designs though is that I often find it hard to excuse the terrible interior style – their houses are so near perfect, yet so far.
But this pretty little thang is the exception to the rule. A sliding glasshouse, changing it’s composition as the daylight dictates. To allow the best light and make the most of the warmth, the outer shell literally slides along the house and allows the glass exterior to be shown.
It looks like it’s bringing a bit of Scandinavian style to Suffolk, with the added rooftop bath.
(Images from here)