No doubt, these three high-end properties in London contribute equally, thanks to their design and positioning, to the perfect balance of the final project. And still place the British capital as the hub of architecture in Europe.
High ceilings, panoramic windows and brick cladding of a design house in London
Beautiful high ceilings , spectacular facade that alternates between panoramic windows and accordion bays , exterior facing brick and stone paving strewn with green keys: these are the first remarks that can be made about this beautiful design house designed by a couple of friends. renowned architects. This is a phenomenal large-scale residential project that impresses both with its ambitious scale and unparalleled ingenuity!
High ceilings and natural stone pavement
The British architects Robert and Jessica Barker have imagined a complex of three properties in South East London. Realized so that they can settle there themselves, this ambitious residential project also includes the contribution of two other economic partners who took part in the financing.
Beautiful height under ceiling and green roof
The concept, named ForestMews, stands out for its high ceilings and Victorian-style homes, each with an individual entrance. The housing unit overlooks a triangular courtyard that once housed the residence of Barker, a textile laboratory. Architects have a professional biography that is more than enviable and respected around the world.
The facade alternates between large panoramic windows and glazed accordion windows!
The facade of the three houses is distinguished by large panoramic windows , framed by brick pillars. On the ground floor of each dwelling, there is a large area bathed in light, designed to reconcile the privacy of residents to that reserved for work.
The interior is lit by tall windows overlooking a triangular courtyard
The original ambition of the British architects was to design a place that respects the aesthetics of the building with its high ceilings and solid brick exterior cladding. However, the evolution of the project has led to the creation of separate areas through the concept of open-space.
Beautiful high ceilings, accordion bays and minimalist furniture
The indoor courtyard, in turn, enhances the possibility of synergies, by designing a shared workspace between the residents of the three dwellings. Each house, however, has its own private patio, designed to make the most of the natural light.
Concrete stairs, snow white wall painting, ceiling with skylights and high ceilings
Gray bedding, designer chair, chalkboard with colorful accents and high ceilings
Bathroom red cabinet with sunken bath and covered with mirrors
Bathrooms in mustard yellow and ceiling with recessed LED spotlights
Wall units with invisible opening, black sofa, red carpet and matching cushions
High ceilings and green facade
The green joints of the slabs create a graphic effect!
Once night falls, LED lighting takes over from panoramic windows!
Climbing ivy and green plants to green the outdoor space
High ceilings and unstructured roof
The metal structures covering the exterior facade have the particularity of repeating the graphic patterns that decorate the floor of the courtyard
Ground-mounted LED spotlights create a subdued atmosphere!
Architectural plan of the house
Design by Stolon Studio Ltd.