Falcon House

KOTO. “A partnership with Habitat First is a natural fit. We have a shared ethos for innovative, high quality and sustainable design and it is fantastic to put this approach into practice.”

This upside down home was created to maximise the views of the surrounding nature from the living spaces, creating the feeling of living within the trees whilst the lower floor was designed to accommodate more intimate and cosy spaces.

Though the sculptural form is strong, the striking design sits well within the surrounding nature. This modular house is now launched at Lower Mill Estate in the Cotswolds and at Habitat Firsts newest site – Birchwood located in the North Devon UNESCO Biosphere.

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