25 Catfiddle Street
Andrew designed this elegant house and garden for his parents. The house is framed in a mixture of stick frame and timber frame, and trimmed out entirely in wood paneling. Inspired by English houses of the Jacobean Period, the exposed structure and the refined trim integrate seamlessly. Only 1250 SF, it has a spacious open plan and no wasted space. Glass doors give a broad view to the splendid walled garden, also modelled on 17th-century English style. Built in 2011, the house was featured in this article in the Post and Courier.
It shares the garden with Andrew's office occupying a small dependency building.