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 For this Dartmouth based scheme the planners had asked for a landmark 21st Century Building to be added to this beautiful site. Consisting of a set of waterfront apartments containing one, two, and three bedroom residences, the design though large open balcony’s and glazed openings provides its occupants with fantastic views over the Dart Estuary and beyond. Influenced by local artist Caroline Bailey, the design concept incorporates abstract forms that have been designed to reflect the great tradition of sailing in the area, and to create a dynamic relationship between the building and its setting.  The low level plinth accentuates a sail-like aesthetic, allowing the building to float gracefully above the ground. The long, northern façade has been scaled to match the size and visual rhythm of the street and local vernacular. This elevation continues the roof line of the Ship Inn opposite and the established and gradual stepped building form along College Way towards the river.

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For this Dartmouth based scheme the planners had asked for a landmark 21st Century Building to be added to this beautiful site. Consisting of a set of waterfront apartments containing one, two, and three bedroom residences, the design though large open balcony’s and glazed openings provides its occupants with fantastic views over the Dart Estuary and beyond.

Designed by AR Design Studio an award-winning RIBA certified contemporary architectural practice, based in Winchester, Hampshire, specialising in elegant modern new homes, extensions, renovations and multi-plot developments.

 For this Dartmouth based scheme the planners had asked for a landmark 21st Century Building to be added to this beautiful site. Consisting of a set of waterfront apartments containing one, two, and three bedroom residences, the design though large open balcony’s and glazed openings provides its occupants with fantastic views over the Dart Estuary and beyond. Influenced by local artist Caroline Bailey, the design concept incorporates abstract forms that have been designed to reflect the great tradition of sailing in the area, and to create a dynamic relationship between the building and its setting.  The low level plinth accentuates a sail-like aesthetic, allowing the building to float gracefully above the ground. The long, northern façade has been scaled to match the size and visual rhythm of the street and local vernacular. This elevation continues the roof line of the Ship Inn opposite and the established and gradual stepped building form along College Way towards the river.

For this Dartmouth based scheme the planners had asked for a landmark 21st Century Building to be added to this beautiful site. Consisting of a set of waterfront apartments containing one, two, and three bedroom residences, the design though large open balcony’s and glazed openings provides its occupants with fantastic views over the Dart Estuary and beyond. Influenced by local artist Caroline Bailey, the design concept incorporates abstract forms that have been designed to reflect the great tradition of sailing in the area, and to create a dynamic relationship between the building and its setting.

The low level plinth accentuates a sail-like aesthetic, allowing the building to float gracefully above the ground. The long, northern façade has been scaled to match the size and visual rhythm of the street and local vernacular. This elevation continues the roof line of the Ship Inn opposite and the established and gradual stepped building form along College Way towards the river.

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    Scheme:  Private Apartments   Location:  Devon, Hampshire.   Commencement:  Summer 2014   Completion:  Autumn 2016   Photographer:  AR Design Studio

Scheme: Private Apartments

Location: Devon, Hampshire.

Commencement: Summer 2014

Completion: Autumn 2016

Photographer: AR Design Studio