This house by Jeffrey James is located on a residential road in East Dulwich, and was completed in 2006. It is a spacious and characterful home that fills with light.
Using the framework of an existing 1920s house, James has fashioned a spectacular Modernist structure that has been described by the The Architects’ Journal as “radical” and “exceptional”. Externally, the design clearly echoes the early Modernism of Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus architects, yet internally the large, open-plan spaces are more in tune with contemporary life.
Via The Modern House
This live/work penthouse apartment forms part of the former BBC studios in Shepherd’s Bush. It was designed in the 1990s by Jonathan Tuckey and Francois Girardin, and was Tuckey’s first project after leaving the practice of David Chipperfield.
Designed by Yo Shimada of Tato Architects
Always been in awe of this stunning house by Jason Maclean featuring my favourite Kandya Jason chairs.
Photographs by Edmund Sumner
Wall house is a project by FAR frohn & rojas, a networked architectural design and research practice. This project is a design investigation into how the qualitative aspects of the wall structure our social interactions and climatic relationships. It breaks down the ‘traditional’ walls of a house into a series of four delaminated layers in between which the different spaces of the house slip and from the inside out the layers build upon one another, both materially and geomatrically, blurring the boundery between the interior and exterior.
Solo House Casa Pezo. Spain.