Cork House by Polysmiths

Cork House by Polysmiths

Project: Cork House
Architects: Polysmiths
Location: London, United Kingdom
Area: 200 m2
Year: 2022
Photo Credits: Lorenzo Zandri

New-build 3-bedroom house, Forest Gate London

The project could not be more relevant to our times, as it tackles multiple challenges including how to intensify unused infill plots for new homes, how to build adaptably when facing the fast-changing socioeconomic landscapes during the Coronavirus pandemic, and how architects can lead the discussions of more sustainable construction through rigorous research and risk taking.

Cork House by Polysmiths

The result is a light-filled, efficiently built house using traditional and sustainable materials less commonly found in typical construction. Cork House is a comfortable, hidden cocoon.

Cork House by Polysmiths

dining room, Polysmiths

dining room

kitchen, Polysmiths

Cork House by Polysmiths

Cork House by Polysmiths

bedroom, bathroom

bedroom, Polysmiths

Cork House by Polysmiths

Cork House

Cork House by Polysmiths

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