This plywood-lined loft extension housing a child’s bedroom is conceived of as a ‘Treehouse’ – a perfect hideaway in which to rest and play, atop this north London family home.
This summer family residence stands literally on a green field, near a clump of trees, in a pleasant countryside of central Bohemia. The house accommodates three generations of one family.
Tucked away in a quiet pocket of a small inner-city 1960s apartment block compromising of 8 units, Itinerant Richmond is a compact 29m² apartment designed to demonstrate that small spaces can be lived in comfortably without sacrificing on design.
Crisp House is among the oldest remaining timber dwellings in Collingwood, and this is the reason for the high rating. Heritage houses are a double edged sword for an architect, especially if it’s an own home.