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Surrounded by the stunning Cotswold countryside, Broadmere is a contemporary family home designed by Adrian James Architects, to sit in harmony with its traditional surroundings whilst delivering modern, open-plan living in a sustainable and energy-efficient way.  

Built using locally sourced materials the home retains a barn-like feel with its steeply pitched roof and open-plan interior. The light and airy atmosphere inside is achieved through the strategic use of our contemporary range of Neo Rooflights, whose unique frameless design and concealed motors give the appearance of looking through a sheet of glass. Outside the low-profile design and edge-to-edge glazing mean the rooflights sit flush with the curved roofline, ensuring an unobtrusive aesthetic that met all planning requirements. 

Described by Adrian James Architects as ‘a serious bash at a new rural archetype’, Broadmere is a triumphant example of contemporary design in harmony with its traditional surroundings. Views and sunlight are maximised, carbon footprint minimised, with sensible, economical methods.

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