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The internationally renowned American Architect Richard Meier has designed his first ever UK house in the rolling Oxfordshire hills. It has now won a prestigious RIBA award.

The judging panel said,

“The brief for the Oxfordshire Residence was to create an ambitious modern home, based on the idea of the reinvention of the country house and ‘adding to architectural traditions rather than parody’ of traditional architecture. What has been achieved is a house of exceptional, enduring quality and detail, which we observed was clearly enjoyed by the users.”

The fuller citation is set out here.

Russell Harris QC acted for the developer/architect team.

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