Herringbone Creates Harmony In The Home

Two 4000 sq ft homes in Wandsworth, London have been designed with a new and modern feel. The designer uses wood throughout that displays a herringbone patterned timber that weaves itself throughout the interior and exterior of the homes. Using this design helps to move away from the cookie cutter design into more contemporary and fresh elements. Inside, the living room is shadowed by overhangs from the 2nd level. A beautiful dark wood staircase leads up to the 2nd and 3rd levels of the home which contain bedrooms and more family rooms.

Architect: Alison Brooks [ Via: Dezeen ]

5 Comments

  • Angel says:

    This staircase looks off-beat and absence of left banister is a bold decision!

  • 影子绝对零度 says:

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    Looked at this housing, feels good, thereupon attempts in Google Earthseeks, and had found it, now sends its grid reference, for the peoplewhich has the interest go to “the scene and periphery” have a look,ha-ha.
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    Google Earth Grid reference: 5126' 52.31″ N 010' 23.41″ W
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    看了这个住宅,不错,于是尝试在Google Earth找他,并且找到了它,现在把它的卫星图片及座标发上来,供有兴趣的朋友去“现场及周围”看看 ,呵呵。
    座标: 5126'52.31″N 010'23.41″W
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  • 影子绝对零度 says:




    Looked at this housing, feels good, thereupon attempts in Google Earthseeks, and had found it, now sends its grid reference, for the peoplewhich has the interest go to “the scene and periphery” have a look,ha-ha.



    Google Earth Grid reference: 51°26′ 52.31″ N 0°10′ 23.41″ W



    看了这个住宅,不错,于是尝试在Google Earth找他,并且找到了它,现在把它的卫星图片及座标发上来,供有兴趣的朋友去“现场及周围”看看 ,呵呵。
    座标: 51°26’52.31″N 0°10’23.41″W


  • Peder says:

    Nice flats, though I’m not sure how I would feel about having such a huge window and in-sight into the house which I see there is on picture #2 and #3, the kind of windows like this should only be placed to a garden/yard, not open to the road in the front (privacy-reasons).

  • Mohan. R says:

    Large balcony / openings are looks like at east side, how does it protect from all season, especially in summer and rainy season ???

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