Gallery: Cameron Scott Renovates a World War II Airbase into a Sustaina...

What would you imagine a home to look like if it once was an airbase and shelter for a US Air Force bombardment group in World War II? You probably wouldn't picture this farmhouse in Essex, England. Designed by Cameron Scott of Timberdesign with the help of Rationel Windows and Doors, this modern farmhouse is an adaptive reuse of an abandoned World War II airfield. Old barracks for the USAF 381st Bombardment Group have been transformed into functional areas for the new house and sit proudly next to this new farmhouse.

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