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New Residential Architecture in Britain

post updated 8 Apri 2023

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New British Homes

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of British Properties. Residences are mostly located in the south east of the country. e-architect aim to include the best quality British Property / projects. We cover completed houses in Britain and new property designs. We also post residential architecture competitions across the British Isles.

We have 3 pages of British House selections with links to many individual project pages.

British Houses : news + projects from A-J

British House Designs : projects from K-M

British Homes : projects from N-Z (this page)

Contemporary British Homes

Recent British Home additions to this page, chronological:

Orchard House, Wiltshire, south west England
Design: Studio Octopi
Orchard House Wiltshire
image from architect
Orchard House Wiltshire– 28 Nov 2012
Orchard House was commissioned as a place in which to live, work and pursue various hobbies. The Client specifically wanted to create a lasting piece of responsive architecture that was not defined by her use of a wheelchair and where the building interacted effortlessly with the landscape.

Residence near Aldeburgh, Suffolk, south east England
Design: Strom Architects
Suffolk House
render : Peter Guthrie
House in Suffolk – 13 Dec 2011
The clients’ brief is for a country house – ‘a dream in a wood’, a peaceful place to relax, regenerate, and think of new ideas. The existing site with the pool, its ruins and low walls has a very strong presence, and we wanted to keep this as an important part of the site.

Watson House, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, southern England
Design: John Pardey Architects
Watson House - British Homes
photo © James Morris
New Forest House – 19 May 2011
The architects have overcome the reticence of planners, who insisted on this New Forest house being invisible from the public realm, in a thoroughly elegant way. Its concept is beautifully simple: a single long, linear shape with a central living space which is open to both ends. While it pays homage to mid-century Danish examples, the architecture has been enriched with the playful humour of the quirkily placed windows. Locally grown sweet chestnut structural panels minimise the carbon footprint and allowed for a quick build.

Homes in Britain

British Home Designs, alphabetical:

Oxfordshire Home, southern England
Oxfordshire House
image from architect studio
David Chipperfield Architects’ Private House in Oxfordshire has been granted planning permission by Cherwell District Council under the PPS7 Planning Policy for country houses. Situated on the edge of a spectacular natural escarpment on green belt land , this new 2,000 m2 farmhouse for a young family of eight will overlook Otmoor to the northwest.

Peasmarsh House, England
Sussex house - British Homes
photo from architect firm

Plinth House, London
Plinth House - New British Homes
image from architect practice

Poplar Cottage, England
Suffolk house - British Homes
image from architects studio

Portobello Road House, London
Portobello Road House
image © Nick Kane

Rochester Place houses, England
Rochester Place house - British Homes
photograph © Adrian Welch

The Rink, Scotland
East Lothian House - British Homes
picture from houseowner

The Salt House, England
English house
picture : Cristobal Palma

Stowe House, England
Stowe House - British Homes
photo from architect

Tom Dixon home, England
Tom Dixon house
picture from architect

Twin Homes, England
Twin Houses - British Homes
design image from architect

BRE house, England
English sustainable house - British Homes
image from S&R

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Property Articles

Contemporary Scottish Highlands home architect : Moshe Safdie

Danish Homes
Danish House
photograph : Tina Krogager

Copenhagen Dutch Quarter Housing

German Homes
New House in Germany
picture : David Franck Photographie

Buildings / photos for the British Homes page welcome

Website: Visit Great Britain