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It could be BA/2017/0154/HOUSEH, described as a studio, garden room and garage.
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This message was edited by Paladine on May-20-18 @ 5:26 PM
It could be the angle of your photograph and the view is better once you are up there. However if it is a Studio for an artist it could be purely to get the right light. Many painters for instance favour a large North window so the light is constant throughout the day.
This message was edited by ChrisHGB on May-21-18 @ 7:34 AM
TT has that right. The "Panoramic window" would be pointless if there was not a view. I am sure that from inside the building the back part will be well below that view. I have been in a few buildings with such windows. They are very effective at giving a whole landscape view, even when the window is not very tall. Interesting building by the look of it.