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RX architects are a award winning practice in East Sussex.

Defined by the Rye Bay and Hastings coastline we deliver innovative projects from the South coast to the High Weald and beyond. We specialise in great design, strongly influenced by a sense of place.
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The Suttons

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The Suttons is a newly built beach house in Camber Sands, East Sussex. Camber Sands is famous for its fantastic expanse of sandy beach surrounded by undulating sand dunes which are designated as a SSSI site. The house design evolved around several key principles; a functional family space, a building that can withstand the extreme environment, maximising the incredible views and working to highly sustainable principles.

The design of the house creates varied pockets of external space at ground level to offer shelter from the sun and shelter from wind and rain during the ever changing extreme weather. There are several balconies at first floor level which again offer sheltered seating, along with a roof terrace on the second floor. The roof terrace is surrounded by planted beds, a wildflower and shingle roof and an outdoor fireplace. The landscaping was an essential aspect to the project to bed the property into its unique surroundings and to create a gentle transition from the sandy beach, up onto the shingle and through to the private outdoor spaces.

Internally there are large open plan family spaces on the ground floor with views out across the beach to the English channel and direct access to the beach. There is also a first floor family space which offers privacy but still gives fantastic views out to sea.

The Property is available for hire and as a shoot location, further information and inquiries can be made via the following site www.the-seahouse.com

Location: Camber 
Building Type: Residential 
Budget: Confidential 
Status: Completed 2018

Press: ArchDaily, Architecture Today