Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

This project started out as a proposal to alter and extend the existing house on the site but after careful consideration it was decided to proceed with a new house that would be more economic and energy efficient. The concept of the house was for an ‘upside down’ home with the living spaces on the upper floor to enjoy the fantastic views to the east across Bath and with bedrooms on the lower floor built into the hillside. Photos by Craig Auckland / Fotohaus
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Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

Beacon Edge | CaSA Architects

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