Bradley Lowery House in Scarborough is a charitable project for the Bradley Lowery Foundation. The brief was to design a state-of-the-art, 5-bedroom house, including a large family room and kitchen, game rooms, summer room, and external barbecue terrace, to be enjoyed by terminally ill children and their families.
Central to the design are principles of well-being and sustainability. The design maximises on the intake of light, spaciousness, and high-quality materials, ultimately boasting an interior directly connected to nature, fresh air, and sunlight. In effect, a blurring of the inside and the outside.
The design utilises both vertical and horizontal cedar timber cladding, brickwork, and a wildflower flat roof, helping to blend the building more effectively into the landscape.