This light, bright London home was envisioned by Scenario Architecture. The Gransden Avenue project was designed to allow a family of three to interact within a flexible, engaging environment. But it didn’t quite start out that way.
“The site was challenging, as it is part of a terrace that opens out to a hard landscaped internal community space” and parking lot, the architects said. “The key elements of our brief were to utilize daylight as much as possible while maintaining a warm living space, and to have a green area that can be seen from the living room.”
“By lowering and glazing a section of the roof terrace, we were able to create a rooftop garden that can be enjoyed from the kitchen and living areas,” they said. “We also provided a central core to the house that lets light penetrate down to the first floor while creating a continuous flow through the second level.”
This 2,766-square-foot London home combines the stark elegance of a gallery-like interior with the warmth that only a family home can exude. Plenty of design elements make this home stand out; which are your favorites? [Photography by Matt Clayton]
Find out the most recent images of Terrace Is Ingeniously Lowered to Let Light Into London Home here, and also you can get the image here simply image posted uploaded by admin
that saved in our collection.
This image is provided only for personal use. If you found any images copyrighted to yours, please contact us and we will remove it. We don't intend to display any copyright protected images.