London architect Henry Goss helped shape and realize the design of Carey House in Hertfordshire, England, using photo-realistic and 3D visualizations. The residence is also the first output from the renderings studio which launched recently with fellow artist Peter Guthrie, and therefore sunlight positioning and spatial quality of the space were of utmost priority during the designing process.

It's conceived as a lightweight timber pavilion in a woodland setting, comprised of two volumes that overlap to frame a south-facing courtyard. With a generous central living space, Carey House also features a dining area for up to 12 people, a home cinema, a game room, a top-lit swimming pool, and a gym, so all of your needs are catered for.

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