Posted March 15, 2017 IN Butler & Young
Butler & Young are very pleased to have been involved with this exciting project which was a UK first for US Architect Richard Meier.
The house has been carefully designed, all details were rigorous but visually minimal and precise. The house’s primary structure comprises reinforced structural concrete for cantilevered roof slabs, floors and walls, and circular steel columns. Concrete was chosen for the allowable extensive spans, its longevity, and its thermal mass.
More details in the PDF below, provided by Architects’ Journal.
Note: balustrading has been altered since our visit.