A contemporary home featured on an episode of the popular British television show Grand Designs is back on the market in Horsham, West Sussex. Known as Pavello, it’s a massive work of contemporary architecture inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion and built on a 60 metre long slab of concrete.
Steel, porcelain, granite, and glass characterise the 515 square metre single-story residence, which at the time of airing in September 2015 was the show’s largest ever house. Designed by self-made businessman Clinton Dall for himself and his four children with Brighton-based architect Desmond Harvey and completed in 2015, the home is divided into two horizontal wings offset from one another. It’s offered at £3.5 million — via Curbed