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Coldwells Build in The New York Times

Our latest custom build, The Arbor House, is featured in The New York Times this week. Coldwells Build managed the project over the course of 16 months, bringing to life the design by Brown & Brown Architects.

Located in the west end of Aberdeen, the contemporary, cantilevered property features a private walled garden, floor-to-ceiling glazing, sculptural spiral staircase, living sedum roofs and a concealed entrance colonnade. 

The home showcases Coldwells Build’s unfaltering attention to detail, with our team pioneering a method to hand pour, set and install the board marked concrete panels, which feature prominently both internally and externally.

This project is an extraordinary example of collaboration between builder, architect, engineer and client. 

The Arbor House will also feature in the print edition of the New York Times this Sunday 9th April 2023.

View the full project here.

A wide shot of a modern home. The first floor- a long, elevated, timber and glass building- cantilevers above a concrete colonnade. There is lots of floor to ceiling glass in the property and you can see right through to the other side. The house is made from timber cladding and board marked concrete. Trees and garden surround the property.
Read Time: 2 minutes Type: Custom Build, Press - Author: Clare Booth, Director Share:

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A smoked larch pivot front door is partially opened, revealing a concrete colonnade outside.