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Larch House at dusk, Horsley, Gloucestershire. Architect: Millar+Howard Workshop

An architectural photography assignment for  Millar + Howard Workshop  of a new build eco-house Nr Nailsworth. The house includes a combination of open plan living with smaller private spaces and strong links with outside spaces and panoramic views. The house is built for  for extremely low energy consumption and fuelled by a wood pellet stove, is super-insulated, and makes use of solar panels and heat recovery ventilation. Sustainable Construction by Greenheart

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Cockadilly, Nympsfield, Gloucestershire. Architect Millar+Howard

An architectural photography assignment for  Millar + Howard Workshop of their HQ and private residence at Cockadilly, Nympsfield in Gloucestershire which is a large extension to an existing Cotswold house.  Large sliding windows open out onto the Uley Valley below.

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House & Garden Magazine, April 2011

Meditation chapel by Millar Howard Workshop from the feature Design Ideas | Garden Rooms. Photos: Quintin Lake

See more photos of the Meditation Chapel here. Visit architects Millar Howard Workshop here.

Coopers Chapel which also functions as a shelter for sheep. Slad Valley, Gloucestershire at dusk. Architect: Millar Howard Workshop

Interior of Coopers Chapel. The crucifix which makes up the Mullion and Transom is constructed from Bog Oak.

Facade of Coopers Chapel under the branches of an apple tree

The dark entrance adds to the drama of entering the adjacent bright prayer / mediation room

Coopers Chapel prayer / meditation space

The rural setting of Coopers Chapel at the edge of a field in Slad Valley, Gloucestershire

An architectural photography assignment from architects Millar Howard Workshop to photograph Coopers Chapel, Slad Valley, Gloucestershire. This building sits at the bottom of a garden looking out over the slad valley towards Stroud. It provides a small meditative space for individual or group meeting. It is built using the local Cotswold Stone and timeber. Various important details were created in collaboration with the client, a wood carver, using some unusual and special woods.

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Photography © Quintin Lake, 2010

Quince Tree Cottage, Rockness, Gloucestershire. Architect: Millar Howard Workshop

An assignment from architects Millar Howard Workshop to photograph Quince Tree Cottage in Rockness, Gloucestershire built in 2009. A large extension to an old Cotswold cottage. The architect’s idea was to build a new Cotswold stone building next to the original house and join the new and the old with a glazed link. Rather than try and match the stone of the original it was decided to build the new extension with a drystone facing to contrast the new and the old. Sliding folding doors open at a corner to allow the kitchen/dining room to spill out into the garden.

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Photography © Quintin Lake, 2010

An assignment from architects Millar Howard Workshop to photograph their new shop design for Oeno Wines in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The design centres around a new racking system incorporating storage and lighting. The idea developed with the client was to place the bottles in a large array and then light the bottle labels and the ‘barkers’ each with an individual LED. The shop is a celebration of a huge variety of wines sourced direct from the growers.

The main challenge photographically was to convey a sense of space in confined surroundings and deal with the very high contrast lighting environment whilst showing of the details and materials of the refined design.

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Entrance to Oeno Wines in Cirencester designed by Millar Howard Workshop

Wine bottle racking system incorporating storage and lighting

Detail of Wine bottle racking system at Oeno Wines

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Photography © Quintin Lake, 2010

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