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Horse Facility (re)Design: Part 7

25/10/2017 by Leonie Lee, BA (Arch), BArch (Hons), Equitecture, www.equitecture.com.au

There are many ways to develop an equine-orientated property and the various activities it can support. In the previous article of this series, we discussed the factors of site-responsive planning and looked at the authoritative controls that may influence design development of horse facilities. 

We have also examined the behavioural and physical requirements of horses, and how the application of equine science and equitation research should inform the design of facilities our horses inhabit on a daily basis. 

In light of all this earlier information, the design process can begin to take form, so let’s elaborate on that.