A home that is nestled up against a river bank in England might not expect rising water. But after being built in 2008 by John Pardey Architects, it somehow experienced some elevated levels and the entrance to the Hind House became accessible by trodding through the unavoidable flooded water heights.
Beyond the water discrepancies, the home is otherwise sleek and contemporary with a driveway below. A narrow metal stairway carries residents up to the timber encased home, and different wings of the home continue on to separate the public and private areas of the architecture. Each room offers uncanny window views, and there is even a gorgeous home section that has floor to ceiling glazed panels included. Constructed from steel frame and timber infill, there are all kinds of elements to help this residence from the river challenges it might face.
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