Bordering a working farm on the Suffolk countryside, the Reydon Grove Farm is a flat-roofed adaptation of the classic gabled farmhouse. The home’s narrow linear form is meant to mirror the size of the plot’s existing barn and former dairies. Inside, the single-story layout is divided into public and private areas, accessed by a hallway running the length of the interior. While the front end of the residence is clad in timber siding, the rear is made entirely of windows to frame in views of the surrounding pastures.