A replacement family house on a leafy suburban site in Goring-on-Thames for two doctors and their three children. The existing 1970s brick and tile house is replaced with a simple, two storey rectangular form that straddles the rear of the site, maximizing the south facing garden space. A single storey masonry wing projects forward to the eastern end addressing the approach driveway and forms an entrance loggia to the house. The flat roofed form ensures the house maintains a low profile while also hiding a series of solar thermal panels. An open-plan kitchen-dining-living space has a fully glazed wall onto a south-facing terrace, while also addressing a retained swimming pool at one end. The house is clad in western red cedar boarding, while the projecting wing is in a red brick typical of the locality, that returns to enclose the north façade at ground level. A brick chimney forms the centerpiece of the living space and anchors the house to its site.