In some cases preservation codes direct new architecture towards vernacular forms. This indoor pool in Southern England is an addition to a residence that is a Grade 2 Listed Building. This designation comprises most of the protected buildings in the UK (about a half million of them) and means extensions require permission from the local planning authority. Architect Kathryn Findlay opted for a glassy extension capped by a thatch roof.
Option for planting on left side below deck - perrenials, easy maintenance, will look at best in July, August and into September. Will need cutting down in February and will then regrow. Do they like this look?