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New Work - The Lookout



The Lookout is a new cafe, hide and facilities situated behind Holkham Beach, North Norfolk. It sits beautifully within the landscape of Holkham which includes sand dunes, pine forests and looks out to a beautiful nature reserve. It is a cylindrical form with the outer screen of fins made from Larch. It was a beautiful structure to photograph and I wanted to highlight the conversation it has with the landscape and those big skies of North Norfolk.

It was designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Lucas+Western Architects. The whole project can be seen at structuraleye.

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