Designed by Sanei Hopkins Architects, Wendy House is located in Friston, Suffolk, United Kingdom. The project was created using the salvaged windows and materials from a local store . The windows surround three sides of the building with the fourth as a solid wall housing shelving on the inside and sheathed in mirror on the outside. This reflects back on to the neighbours’ garden camouflaging the teeny structure. The neighbours are in fact big fans; their children use the Wendy House too.
In these designs Amir is demonstrating how without access to power or money architects can still have an effective and influential role where conventional methods are often impotent. In doing so the Architect is redefining the role of an Architect in a wider context.