Horder House was designed and built by Ted Cullinan for his uncle, Mervyn Horder. The house is long, thin and south-facing in a crease in the landscape of Hampshire where a steep wooded bank joins a flattish, grassy valley floor.
It is a single space, serviced by a small kitchen. It has a bedroom and a shower at either end, in which the beds are on the enlarged window cills, cantilevered over the wild garden. So, by sliding open the windows you can ‘sleep out’.