Along the perimeter timber pods surround the main space in the form of oriel windows providing more intimate reading areas, framing a suburban context. Some are singular, others larger for places to study, sit or read
The transition into the new is marked by a double height void which draws light into both the existing and new areas of the house while clear and opaque glazing are used to define hierarchies of privacy between the spaces.
There is an image of their furbished building on the panels in context with the church. The layouts have been improved and rationalised and arranged around the retained pitched roof main hall area which mimicked the church