London studio Knox Bhavan has created a prefabricated, flood-resilient home on the bank of the River Thames in Buckinghamshire, which is designed to be “future-proof” for at least the next 100 years.
Raised above a floodplain on steel stilts, the single-storey March House replaces a former 1920s home in a row of summerhouses along the river bank close to the town of Marlow, where the client has lived for the past 19 years.
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