Here is the first design I did that got worked up into a vaguely final design in terms of overall shape and layout. My guess is that this one will be superseded by options developed later.
The picture shows a pitched roof building with the aspect which faces North East (cold winds and the road) looking private and fairly traditional but with the SW aspect more open with double height windows. The “crinkle-crankle” wall shown connects to the separate annex and meanders through the middle of the main house (forming the dividing line between a double height living / dining area and the rest of the house which would be one-and-a-half stories. The garage/workshop is mainly hidden behind the wall and has openings closed by curved wooden doors, with horizontal beams designed to follow the lines of the courses of bricks.