Citation: The Lindis House – a luxury five-bedroom lodge – is an outstanding piece of architecture set in magnificent surroundings. The architects have established a relationship between the building and its context by engaging with its form and placement in a profound and sympathetic but never hesitant manner. By doing this they have created a distinctive, memorable and finely crafted environment.
The contribution made to the project by the glazing is to open the building to the landscape and, by finishing the main glazed wall close to the sweeping roofline, to link the interior to the outside and to emphasise the fluid form of the building. This is a piece of architecture which not only effortlessly compliments its setting but, by the nature of the connections it makes, actually enhances it.