Spence House

Spence House

Architect
John Pardey Architects
Location
Canada
Project Year
2000
Category
Private Houses

Spence House

John Pardey Architects as Architects

Built by Sir Basil Spence (1907-76) on the north bank of the Beaulieu river in 1961, the Spence House is quintessentially 60’s; open plan, flat roofed and strip windowed. The house was grade 2 listed in 1998. The client required a new ‘wing’ to provide two bedrooms and a bathroom that would link to the main house, which was also completely refurbished. The cedar clad bedroom wing is designed with the ambition to celebrate the sunrise and spectacular views down-river each morning for the awakening owners through a large framed opening and is accessed by a new glazed bridge link.

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