Wedge Shaped House Is Britain’s House Of The Year

The extraordinary Flint House by Skene Catling de la Peña has just been named Britain's House of the Year by the Royal Institute of British Architects, and it's hard to imagine a construction more worthy of the honor. Commissioned by Lord Rothschild and located on the expansive grounds of a Buckinghamshire estate, it effortlessly adapts to the distinctive surrounding landscape, both in terms of its stepped profile and rugged material composition. Stone, water, fire, and earth all come together to breathe life into the pristine interior volumes - enjoy this intriguing and otherworldly home (inside and out) through the photo tour below.

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