Nestled into the rolling English countryside, a 1780s gamekeeper's cottage—with thick walls of Bath stone—has been reinvented by architect Piers Taylor with the addition of a boxy glass pavilion framed in green oak and clad in tin. Photo by Ben Anders.
The second-story viewing platform was born from an onsite discovery. After framing the first level, Patch Work Architecture noticed a vista to the west and decided to add a window. Photo by: Paul McCredie