Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

Project: Bromley Garden House
Architect: Rado Iliev Architect
Location: London, United Kingdom
Year: 2020
Photography: Assen Emilov
Text by Rado Iliev
Structure – steel, rendered block, natural stone

Bromley Garden House is a single storey building with a large open area facing the garden, single bedroom at rear and minimal bathroom and a kitchenette.

Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

It’s main purpose is to serve as a guest house but also a quiet secluded space overlooking the mature garden.

Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

The building 75 m2 footprint occupies a corner of a plot with an existing new built main house.

Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

The sharp corner of the plot drives the plan shape maximizing the use of space.

Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

12m sliding glass panes to front can open in the summer days to create an open veranda feel for the main area.

plan 1

Skylights to all areas help provide quality light throughout the day.

dining area by Rado Iliev Architect

A central stone accent wall with integrated fire place responds to the brief calling for an integrated rustic feel.

bedroom by Rado Iliev Architect

open living room by Rado Iliev Architect

Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

Bromley Garden House by Rado Iliev Architect

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