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.