Chiquet flood house on the River Thames.

Ben Adams Architects have designed this compact living space to maximise the visual relationship to the beautiful surrounding landscape of the Thames.  We especially love the bespoke design for the large terrace door, perfect for those summer garden parties, when it’s not raining in London!

Chiquet is a detached house replacing an existing smaller dwelling on the banks of the River Thames in Weybridge. It is located in the green belt within the river floodplain and is part of a local community called Hamm Court. The design proposals reflect the requirements of green belt policy and local policy concerns.
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