Marshall House, a £160 000 private home completed recently, is based on the Suffolk vernacular.
The timber-framed, three-bedroom home in a village close to Snape Maltings features a floor of local handmade bricks and a weatherboard exterior. The project, designed by Dow Jones Architects, is featured in Encounters, an exhibition of the work of young architects that opened at London's Architecture Foundation this week. Structural engineer is Greig Ling, services engineer is Max Fordham & Partners and contractor is NC Bray.