An old control tower within beautiful natural surroundings in Essex has been chosen by a London based family with two small children as the ideal location for spending weekends and holidays.

This 1930s building with its Modern features had to be restored in a sensitive way within its architectural style while keeping contemporary aspects and standards in mind.

Incorporating Modern elements such as “architectural promenade” and “flowing spaces” are leading to a sequence of abstract forms and spaces and creating the need to reduce the speed of life.

A spacious open-plan living area and separate children, parents’ and guests’ areas are characteristic of the architectural layout of the new family home.

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