Fijal House by Mole Architects borrows details from Ely cathedral

The sawtooth brick facades and steeply pitched roof of this house designed by Mole Architects in Ely, Cambridgeshire, are derived from architectural features found at the city’s famous cathedral. The Cambridge-based studio was tasked with developing a two-storey family house on a plot in Ely’s central conservation area. Fijal House replaces a garage on a site

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Mole Architects builds house “like a seagull’s wing” on Suffolk coast

An angular, asymmetric roof tops this house designed by Mole Architects for a site overlooking an estuary in Suffolk, England. Cambridge-based Mole Architects designed the two-storey Marsh Hill house for a couple, on a site overlooking the estuary of the River Alde. A dilapidated old property had to be demolished to make way for the new house. Planning regulations

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The Houseboat by Mole Architects evokes the underside of a ship’s hull

Mole Architects has completed a house in the English seaside town of Poole, comprising a pair of blackened-timber volumes that resemble the upturned hull of a boat. Cambridge-based Mole Architects designed The Houseboat for architect and developer Roger Zogolovitch, who wanted a space his family could use as an alternative quiet retreat to their main

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