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Freefolk House - Alex Oliver Associates. A design for a new country estate, including a large classical house and gatehouses to replace a dilapidated 1960’s dwelling.  The new house was designed as a simple, well portioned and restrained form of classical architecture. The symmetrical house consists of a formal central section articulated through the use of the ionic order with smaller pavilions to either side housing the swimming pool and garaging complexes.

Freefolk House - Alex Oliver Associates. A design for a new country estate, including a large classical house and gatehouses to replace a dilapidated 1960’s dwelling. The new house was designed as a simple, well portioned and restrained form of classical architecture. The symmetrical house consists of a formal central section articulated through the use of the ionic order with smaller pavilions to either side housing the swimming pool and garaging complexes.

The multi-millionaire will triple the size of his Knightsbridge mansion by extending beneath the ground

The four-storey mansion hidden underground: 15 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 20 toilets, a ballroom, a pool... and neighbours in uproar

The multi-millionaire will triple the size of his Knightsbridge mansion by extending beneath the ground

Handsmooth House - Alex Oliver Associates. The practice designed and successfully secured planning permission for a large replacement dwelling located within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The architectural language and forms used in the design draws upon a recognisable tradition of classic country house design and appropriate naturalistic parkland settings.

Handsmooth House - Alex Oliver Associates. The practice designed and successfully secured planning permission for a large replacement dwelling located within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The architectural language and forms used in the design draws upon a recognisable tradition of classic country house design and appropriate naturalistic parkland settings.

Woodview Farm, Nutbane, Hampshire - www.testvalley.gov.uk 11/01656/FULLN

Woodview Farm, Nutbane, Hampshire - www.testvalley.gov.uk 11/01656/FULLN

REDGRAVE HALL - 200 acre estate. Suffolk, England. Built by Sir Nicholas Bacon.  In 1702 the Park and Hall were bought by Sir John Holt, the Lord Chief Justice. His great nephew rebuilt Hall and remodelled the Park in the 1760s, with help from landscape designer 'Capability' Brown.

REDGRAVE HALL - 200 acre estate. Suffolk, England. Built by Sir Nicholas Bacon. In 1702 the Park and Hall were bought by Sir John Holt, the Lord Chief Justice. His great nephew rebuilt Hall and remodelled the Park in the 1760s, with help from landscape designer 'Capability' Brown.

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Upper Farm, Dippenhall, Farnham, Surrey GU10 5EB - www.hart.gov.uk 16/00970/FUL

Upper Farm, Dippenhall, Farnham, Surrey GU10 5EB - www.hart.gov.uk 16/00970/FUL

A classical home designed for the modern day life of a young family and located on a very sensitive site

A classical home designed for the modern day life of a young family and located on a very sensitive site

Woodview Farm - Alex Oliver Associates. A new country house on the site of a disused poultry farm and associated dwelling. ​ The new house was designed to appear as though it had evolved over time. The rear section of the house is designed and detailed as a vernacular farmhouse constructed from brick and flint with a slate roof with a linear form and comparatively narrow depth.

Woodview Farm - Alex Oliver Associates. A new country house on the site of a disused poultry farm and associated dwelling. ​ The new house was designed to appear as though it had evolved over time. The rear section of the house is designed and detailed as a vernacular farmhouse constructed from brick and flint with a slate roof with a linear form and comparatively narrow depth.

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