Malator is a house in Druidston, Pembrokeshire, Wales. It was built in 1998 and designed by architects Future Systems for Bob Marshall-Andrews, QC, the former Member of Parliament for Medway and his wife Gill Marshall-Andrews. Malator is an earth house overlooking St Brides Bay, and is known locally as the Teletubby house.
Located near the sea, was designed for English politician Bob Marshall-Andrews and his wife.
This holiday house is fully manufactured (including bathrooms) and her pieces were brought to the site by truck. As we see, is fully integrated into the landscape, surrounded by land on two sides and being the cover. The natural environment of great beauty and that is why housing is proposed as a place from which to look at the sea, but without losing the idea of discretion and shelter. The spacious interior is perceived as though housing is not particularly large (150 m2). This is because the fluidity of the interior space and the absence of media. The living room is the main room that articulates the house, in the center is the fireplace and to one side, to the living room, the kitchen. On both sides of the room there are bathrooms and following them is, next to the master bedroom, and the other, two master bedrooms.