Concrete House is a verdant family home design in East Sussex
Concrete House is a raw and robust family home in East Sussex, created by owners Adrian and Megan Corrigall and RAW Architecture
The brainchild of owners Adrian and Megan Corrigall and RAW Architecture Workshop, Concrete House is a stylish, brutalist family home that balances rich textures at a domestic scale. Completed in early 2019, the ambition of the project was to create a minimalist dwelling ’that retained honesty and simplicity in both material use and in how its occupants use its spaces’ explains Adrian Corrigall.
Nestled in rich architectural gardens Lewes, East Sussex, the scheme feels both solid and dramatic with its large openings, sleek furniture, and strategic surfaces. The building is made up of a series of five stepped blocks that house four bedrooms. The home is ‘just the right size for our family. No more. No less’ says Corrigall. Boasting floor-to-ceiling height windows, skylights and clean lofty rooms the dwelling employs level changes to draw visitors through its spaces. ‘We wanted to move away from open light-filled spaces and