The house has been designed in a rural inspired contemporary style. The overall form feel fairly traditional, with some modern twist too it, such as the stone central wall and exaggerated dormer features, with angled cheek walls.
The dwelling in entered through the modest, single storey central part, from which it separates into two main parts. The West wing comprises of a basement garage and kitchen to the ground floor, with beautiful and airy dining room to the back, glazed with an apex window, making the most of the great Ribble Valley views.
The East Wing houses the living areas and gym, opening on the rear terrace to the ground floor and sleeping accommodation to the one and a half storey above.
The first floor is designated for the children bedrooms, with a separate dedicated lounge, and the top attic floor is to be occupied by the master suite, designed to make the most of the sloping roofs.
The from of the proposed dwelling is asymmetrical and staggered across the side of the hill, with parts of the accommodation separated by the central, glazed entrance and feature staircase - all working together to help visually minimise the scale of the house and helping it blend with the massing of the rural architecture.