The buildings are a contemporary variation of the New England weather boarded house, which is in turn a variant of the traditional English Georgian house. This architectural mimesis, together with local vernacular features, creates a distinctive aesthetic that is wholly appropriate for this exceptional site.
Each dwelling boasts a large area of glazing, affording spectacular views across the golf course and over the valley beyond. The living spaces are open plan with double height volumes and many have first floor rooms with balconies and roof decks.
The properties are built to a high level of sustainable construction, being timber framed with thermal insulation well in excess of the minimum requirements. Additionally, each property is airtight and benefits from incorporating a whole-house heat recovery ventilation system.