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Architect Visit: James Gorst in England

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Architect Visit: James Gorst in England

July 24, 2009

For the past 20 years, James Gorst Architects has “focused on the intimate intricacies of the private house.” The firm is especially adept at mixing old and new, combining past and present, and mixing materials such as oak and concrete in their highly crafted interiors. Visit James Gorst Architects to see more of their work.

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Above photos: The Lodge at Whithurst Park in Sussex; the house is clad in local untreated oak boarding. Photographs by David Churchill.

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Above four photos: Wakelins in Wickhambrook, Suffolk; the restoration and conservation of a Tudor farmhouse combined with the construction of a contemporary oak-clad two-story extension. Photographs by Mark Luscombe-Whyte, Mark Fiennes, and Stephen Tierney.

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