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Narula House featured on ArchDaily

11 October 2021 by Chris Gray

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Narula House, completed in 2019, has been featured on the architecture website ArchDaily

Located on the banks of the river Loddon, a tributary of the Thames near Wargrave in Berkshire, the house sits within Flood Zone 3b. The house ‘floats’ across the site as a single, linear form and is aligned on the cardinal points north south. The linear form plays against the meandering river – the linear against the arabesque.

The article on ArchDaily can be found here: https://www.archdaily.com/969707/narula-house-john-pardey-architects

Page on our site can be found here: https://www.johnpardeyarchitects.com/modern-architecture/one-off-houses-architecture/narula-house/