#builtbyArtel31

Mangotsfield Folly is finally complete after many years of planning. An imaginary lovechild of Prouve, Mari and Judd, this structure will stand for just 1 year and be home to multiple local artists. Images courtesy of @charlesemerson_

Social space at Plot 2 underneath a vaulted ceiling.

Plot 3’s stairs are so beautiful you want to carry a photo of them in your wallet!! Captured here in all its subtleties of light and absence.

Gable end rendered wall and chimney with windows

The anchor for our House in a Field is this gable which was designed in reverence to the workers cottages historically on the site.

Cantilevered down-pipe and gutter at Plot 2 with the gables.

end gable fully glazed three storeys

So lovely to see our House in a Field settling in today! Nearly finished.

Attic room with exposed steel beams at Old Ashley Hill in Bristol

The Cottage’s canopy using a combination of expressed and blended junctions to emphasise its horizontal nature.

House by the River entry hall, herringbone door and cantilevered chimney

House by the River’s curved dry stone wall masking the entrance point

Gable end rendered wall and chimney with windows

House in a Field’s gable, with windows on display, alongside Shou-Sugi-Ban larch cladding.

Blue sky roofs at Plot 2, with polycarbonate and oak cladding.