OB Architecture

A new build located in the upper garden of Manor Court, a 17th century Grade II listed building in the rural village of South Warnborough, Hampshire. The brief was to create an exemplary modern home to accommodate four bedrooms with open plan living spaces for entertaining family and friends. The design of Holm Place aims to have a direct relationship to the garden, maximising light and blurring the threshold between inside and outside space. The interior and exterior finishes take their cues from the building materials used Manor Court, utilising a simple pallet of timber, off white render, glass and zinc.

The project was shortlisted for the 2018 RICS Awards


Commissioned by OB Architecture

Photography by Martin Gardner


Oak Bacchus, oiled finish, 250mmW, engineered flooring, solid board stair treads and risers

Doors, Hopkins design, Oak Bacchus, oiled finish

Walls, Oak Bacchus, oiled finish, bespoke widths

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