Kimble Roden are SBID Finalists!

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Kimble Roden, local Alderley Edge based architect and interior design practice, are thrilled to share the exciting news that their luxury tree-top villa project has been shortlisted for a highly prestigious SBID award.

This award is presented by The Society of British & International Interior Design (SBID) - the leading professional accrediting organisation in the field of interior design. This achievement highlights the outstanding work of the practice and the culmination of their innovative vision in the awe-inspiring project, Hall Wood Forest.

"Our small practice is incredibly honoured to be shortlisted. It's great to be recognised for all the hard work we put into this scheme – we love what we do and awards like these are always lovely to receive." Emma Roden – Practice Director

The Project - Hall Wood Forest

Kimble Roden Architects were engaged to design 25 luxury holiday homes in an exceptional location. Hall Wood Forest, near Looe in Cornwall, is an ancient woodland with steep slopes and undulating ground conditions, requiring a very considered and sensitive approach. The solution was to create tree top villas on stilts, designed to become an intrinsic part of the landscape, promoting a relationship between the inhabitants and their natural surroundings whilst minimising their impact on the environment.

The interiors were designed to create a luxurious retreat for visitors. Utilising timber panelling, natural stone, and an earthy palette, the insides exude warmth and charm while creating a seamless transition between the living spaces and the surrounding forest. Each element was meticulously chosen to ensure that the dwellings remained in perfect harmony with their natural context, offering a tranquil retreat for holidaymakers seeking solace amidst nature.

The Public Vote totals 10% of our overall score – the help of our local community would be very much appreciated!

Voting closes 11th September.
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