A spectacular home built by Robert Norman Construction has been chosen as the best house in Britain by a national newspaper award scheme.
Broombank, which is located on the River Alde in Aldeburgh, was selected as winner of the ‘best house to 5000ft²’ at the national Sunday Times British Homes awards for 2015 which was held on Friday 16th October at the London Marriott Hotel on Grosvenor Square.
It was built by Robert Norman Construction and designed by London based SOUP Architects. The dwelling has already received a number of accolades including being recognised by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in 2014.
Broombank is a relaxed contemporary house within a reconsidered, ‘natural’ landscape. Large, sliding glass doors allow the surrounding landscape to be ever present throughout the house and carefully positioned rooflights allow day/sunlight to fill the spaces throughout the day.
On the award Robert Norman said: “It goes without saying that we are thrilled to have been recognised for the build of Broombank in such a prestigious awards process. Credit must go to SOUP Architects who designed Broombank it really is a beautiful dwelling and thoroughly deserving of the title.”