The Fishbourne Quay residence is a part of a larger development area that is found on the Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom. The house was built on top of a slab that used to belong to an industrial building, and it sits close to the mouth of a river inlet. It features a private bedroom area that is separated from the main living spaces by a two-story atrium.
The living room is open and spacious, and it boasts large floor-to-ceiling windows as well as glass doors that strengthen a connection with the outdoor areas. The house is heated using air source heat pumps, and it was built in such a way as to minimize its natural solar gain except in the late hours of the afternoon. This is a perfect home for anyone who prefers to spend his free time on a boat, floating away on a tranquil river.
As far as accommodations are concerned, the Fishbourne Quay residence flaunts 6,243 square feet of living space as well as plenty of high-end amenities and facilities that support a carefree lifestyle.
Architects: The Manser Practice Architects + Designers
Photos by Hufton+Crow