Grand Designs: RIBA House of the Year 2019

Silver How in Llanhennock, designed by Hall+ Bednarczyk
Silver How in Llanhennock, designed by Hall+ Bednarczyk

 

‘Grand Designs: House of the Year’ series is currently airing on Channel 4. The RIBA House of the Year is awarded to the best example of a one-off house designed by an architect in the UK. The show, hosted by Kevin McCloud, celebrates excellence and innovation in home design and all the houses on the RIBA longlist will be featured in the program.

We are delighted to have several of our artists featured in Silver How, a generous 5-bedroom home located within the Conservation Area of Monmouthshire which won the Welsh Architecture Award 2019 and RSAW Project Architect of the Year 2019. The house was designed by architects Hall+Bednarczyk for Emma and David Powell. Tune in to the program on Wednesday 13th November at 9 pm for a chance to see artworks by Tobias Till, Ewan David Eason and Rebecca Coles!

 

Silver How features works by Tobias Till Silver How features artworks by Tobias Till

 

Artworks by Rebecca Coles in the home Artworks by Rebecca Coles in the home

 

Artwork by Ewan David Eason hangs in a bedroom Artwork by Ewan David Eason hangs in a bedroom

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