When in 2004 Jo and Chris Mycock bought Dinder House, a beautiful Georgian house in 1801 in Somerset, not used it once as a dwelling. Before being ready for the fact Mycock, Dinder House was converted from five architects in four years of work, given that until 2004 the house had been converted to commercial use. The challenge was to get enough space for a family of six persons, but rather to understand how to employ as many as 40 rooms for a group composed only of six people, Chris, Jo and their four children. The rooms are spread over three floors, with floor to ceiling windows, while land around 23 acres and covers: how to organize all this? He thought the study of London’s designer Ilse Crawford.