Triangle House, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Child Graddon Lewis , 2020.
|:||Dining and living area from kitchen. Triangle House, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Child Graddon Lewis , 2020.|
|:||Triangle House, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Child Graddon Lewis , 2020.|
|:||Child Graddon Lewis|
|:||The design has been meticulously composed to embrace the triangular footprint and existing character of the site, creating a building that makes efficient and functional use of space and natural light. To achieve this, the scheme adopts a split-level internal arrangement with a higher front level and lower rear level. This enabled the creation of valuable amenity space in the form of a south east-facing, private terrace just below roof level. At the front, a semi-enclosed courtyard serves as a private front winter garden – setting the main entrance away directly from the street. This intermediary space also provides ample room for cycle storage. The dental course brickwork employed in the parapet detail is an understated yet physical reference to the history of the neighbouring Victorian factory building, which from 1840 until 1965 was the proud home of Claudius Ash & Co – formerly the largest manufacturer of false teeth in Europe.|
|:||Triangle House; architecture; Private Housing; private house; Europe; United Kingdom; London; Anglers lane; 2020; 21st Century; Child Graddon Lewis; Nobody; Full Frame; view through; day; interior; Infill; small site; Kentish Town; infill site; 3-storey house; triangular footprint; private home; inventive; modern; split-level; kitchen; dining area; simplicity; table; chair; pendant lamp; room view; wooden floor; steps; sink; angular; doorframe; link|