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Radar Station

Radar Station is built on the site of two pre-fabricated sheds and aims to preserve the original forms while ensuring a connection between the buildings original use and the vernacular architecture.

Radar Station

Radar Station sits on the site of two dilapidated timber sheds, built to test radar equipment by Decca in 1961. Johnson Naylor has collaborated with London based architecture studio MS-DA, to create a home for two that harmoniously fits into the vast Dungeness landscape, while retaining links to the original structure and its history.

"The industrial exterior is intentionally practical – corrugated zinc sheet was often used by the fishing families on Dungeness to construct storage shed or winch housings on the East beach"
Fiona Naylor

twentytwentyone Contracts have worked with Johnson Naylor to provide a carefully curated selection of furniture that contrasts the industrial exterior to create a light, natural interior that reflects the colours and textures of the surrounding landscape.

Designer:

Johnson Naylor

Photographs:

Billy Bolton

Awards:

Shortlisted Dezeen Award: best hotel and short-stay interior

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