The house sits at the top of a steeply sloping hill with southerly views over the sea, creek and woods. It comprises open-plan living, dining and kitchen areas, as well as a study, bedroom, and a self-contained guest suite with separate entrance and workshop. 

Creek Vean is built along two axes. The east-west axis is external and leads from the road and car parking area across a bridge to the front door, down a planted flight of steps to the lawn and on down to the boathouse and creek. The internal axis runs north-south and takes the form of a picture and sculpture gallery with a glazed roof, floodlit from the outside at night. 

The full description of this architecture can be found on the Richard Rogers page
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