Atop the site where the stone that built Bath was unearthed, this zero-carbon prefab development contains an array of eco-conscious residences.
Architect and sculptor Mark Merer fit a four-bedroom Cor-Ten steel cube on a lot between a Georgian Grade II listed structure and a residential building that saw past lives as both a silk mill and a bacon factory. The rusted facade nods to the area's industrial roots.
In 2004, the design studio Urban Splash resurrected this crime-ridden 1961 Corbusian apartment complex in Sheffield in part by opening it up to the street.
In southwestern England, an architect transformed a humble former postman’s cottage on a sprawling estate into a modern 2,497-square-foot residence.
Architect Piers Taylor's renovation of an old gameskeeper's cottage, complete with a castellated roof and sweeping meadow below, is an exercise in dramatic modernization.