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Flint House Open Afternoons

Wed 19 Oct 2016

2-4pm (suggested latest arrival time 3.15pm) to coincide with Windmill Hill Archive open afternoons

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We are offering special visits to Flint House, to coincide with our Windmill Hill Archive open afternoons.

Join a self-guided visit to Flint House. There are curators and guides on hand to answer questions.

Admission is free but advance booking advised due to limited capacity and timed entry.

RIBA House of the Year Award 2015

Flint House on the Waddesdon Estate is a domestic house. Its stepped linear monolith seems to be pulled from the landscape as a geological extrusion of infinite age. The flint-faced walls fade in six coloured strata from black through shades of grey to white appearing to dissolve into the sky.

Created by architect Charlotte Skene Catling, of Skene Catling de la Peña Architects, as a contemporary house, the interiors were designed by David Mlinaric.

Notes on visiting

Limited capacity, advance booking advised. Telephone booking on 01296 653226 or book online.

There is no parking at Flint House. Please use the car park at Windmill Hill. Flint House is reached on foot via a steep path down the hill approx 250m.

Unfortunately, Flint House, designed as a domestic building, is not fully accessible. Those with limited mobility should contact the bookings team on 01296 653226 in advance of their visit to make arrangements.

Future open days

To register your interest in Flint House open afternoons or architectural tours in 2017, please sign up below and we will send you information when it becomes available.