The House at Piper’s End which located in Hertfordshire, UK is the one of a modern glass house from redesigned farmhouse. On two hectares of land, modern farm Niall McLaughlin Architects is in five parts – “thickets of birch, wood cabinet, cabinet wood framed glass loggia of the steel columns supporting perforated metal awning and concrete Reflecting Pool” as described by the architect. modern design replaces the original house, the old, dilapidated eyesore in need of a total tear-down. This new complex architecture, which is scheduled for completion soon sport features and sustainable design within the existing mature landscape September orchards, gardens and pond, which sets the tone for the country-chic living room set. Exposed, the interiors have windows. High ceilings in September, paving the way for modern, gallery like space.[source]

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