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RIBA Award Winner Windmill Hill Design

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The creation of his building is based on the concept of natural and low economical cost. This house is design to give warm atmosphere in the all season. The finishing of this building is based on the concept of artistic so that it has art value from outside. The intention is for Windmill Hill to become a principle centre for study, research and outreach in the fields that Waddesdon represents: the arts, heritage, culture, conservation, the environment and horticulture. This building will be for many activities since the design of this building supports all agenda in this house. This house can gives calm effect and natural feeling. It is because this building is mostly made of wood and recycled materials. The site was previously a dairy farm, and the layout of the new scheme broadly follows the footprint of the farm buildings, and where possible has re-used them. This building has natural, green and fresh wide yard. The yard is planted many grass, trees or flowers to make it keeps natural.

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Designer: RIBA Award, Location: London, Information: Source
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