Forterra’s Breckland Reserve – a red, tumbled, wirecut brick – was used alongside flint on the ground floor of some of the homes to create detailed wall work that echoed Bowthorpe Hall.
Traditional red tiled roof pitches sit above the wall and reference Bowthorpe Cottages. On top of the wall sit cedar shingle clad upper floors.
Traditional terraces form most of the new homes, with flats provided alongside unique mews-style housing.
The building form, the materials selected, and the use of pattern and decoration, helped to create a visual connection to the local area.