House M is a residential conversion of a bungalow into a spacious family home designed by Moorhouse Architecture.

Located in the New Forest National park, the house faced stringent restrictions from planners. This meant the architects had complex requirements to eliminate all internal structural elements. We justified the existing foundations and developed solutions that allow the envelope of the building to do all the structural work, in order to maximise living space within.

House M is an outstanding example of how ingenuity of design and engineering can combine to offer spacious, contemporary living in conservation areas.