The Keld, South Cumbria

The Keld was designed as a more energy efficient replacement dwelling, on the site of a 1930’s bungalow.

The new dwelling was designed as a traditional house form, with some contemporary features.

It makes direct reference to design cues of the original house, the site, the wider context of the world heritage site, Lakeland vernacular architecture and Lakeland natural materials.

The intention was to design a house that works well as a dwelling for a family, is an asset to the family, as well as the immediate and broader context of the National Park.

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