The sight of old brick-clad terrace houses in London takes you back in time and brings back the image of a more simple era that the world seems to have sped past. Nestled in the unique and iconic neighborhood of Roupell Street Conservation area in central London the is one such timeless treasure that was left unoccupied for over 10 years now.
The main objective of the residence was to create a nurturing and caring environment for three young boys and to open up a world of amazing natural sights and sounds that leave them enthralled. Nestled on the river’s edge and surrounded by beautiful woods the three minimal structures of the house were placed to create private and cozy outdoor hangouts that are sheltered from the elements.
Visualized with plenty of urban flair and a dash of greenery by Buro 108 the gorgeous home welcomes you with a grand living area that is clad entirely in gray. There is undoubtedly a modern industrial feel to the with the outstanding lounge that contains an indoor plant and a round tree seat becoming the showstopper here.