Weirs Lane – Passive Dream Home

Archello’s mission is to connect creative and technical minds in the global architecture & design industry. Finding likeminded communities on the web is always amazing; so naturally it’s a delight to see our Weirs Lane project included in their gallery.

Heavily inspired by Mies van der Rohe, the simple box design is encased in glass, white ACM panels and burnt wood shou sugi ban to wrap the exterior in a monochromatic palette that reflects this naturalized live/work environment. The simpler the form, the more complex the build – and this design was no exception to the rule…

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main bath

Photographer: Simon Tingle

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