Elizabethan II House

By hiding all the cables, heating and air-conditioning ducts in a 4ft-high 'crawl' space between the floors of the Elizabethan House and installing revolving walls, the layout can be changed on a daily basis.

Owners have the option of making the ground floor completely open plan or separated into a number of rooms. The house has been designed in an Elizabethan style with the first floor projected over the ground floor ? in this case covering the main entrance and parking space. The black timber battens and white infill render of traditional Elizabethan and Tudor homes have been translated into a steel frame and other materials. The crawl space replaces an attic and provides plenty of storage as well as being an effective sound barrier for the bedrooms.


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