Modern design often draws attention to the processes and materials used in reshaping the space and this home. Architect designed by Guard Tillman Pollock Architects, this home is no exception.
Sleek concrete, stainless steel, iron and glass redefine the interior of this building, creating a timeless and modern, open space, with an unobscured view onto the simple Zen-like garden.
Rejecting the eclectic aesthetic that defines many homes in the area, the minimalism that runs throughout creates a sense of openness.
Intercepting vertical and horizontal lines run from the ground-floor kitchen area to the first-floor reception room in the form of feature double-height windows, maximising light throughout the living areas.
Where Japanese gardens are a popular choice for time-poor Londoners looking for impact without the maintenance, here a beautiful, mature Japanese acer takes centre stage meaning little else is required to achieve drama.
View Guard Tillman Pollock Architects on the Domus Nova Architect Guide