Pandey House

Pandey House

Architect
John Pardey Architects
Location
Droitwich, United Kingdom
Project Year
2010
Category
Private Houses

Pandey House

John Pardey Architects as Architects

Located just off the A38 in the village of Martin Hussingtree just outside of Droitwich, the Pandey House comprises three ‘wings’ assembled around a south-facing court facing farmland. We have adopted the idea of making the house as a system that uses the minimum number of components. The house has three ‘wings’ linked by metal-clad sleeves – a recreation and study wing – a living wing – and a bedroom wing. Each wing has a five bay timber-framed structure on a 3×6 metre module, wrapped on three sides by an enclosing, rendered masonry wall with an open side generally fully glazed beneath overhanging, sedum covered roofs.


A circular temple sits within the court as a place of Hindu contemplation for the clients; a Doctor and his family.

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