* Residential Architecture: Hidden House by Teatum+Teatum
Posted by the editors on Thursday, 26 July 2012
Residential Architecture: Hidden House by Teatum+Teatum: “..Perforated steel doors fold open like the wings of a butterfly at the backstreet entrance to this London house by architects Teatum+Teatum..the residence is squeezed between two existing buildings and has a glittering facade of black render and metal filings..The folding metal doors lead into a ground-floor living room and kitchen, where chunky chipboard walls integrate kitchen counters, shelves and a desk..There are no windows, but a seven-metre-high lightwell brings natural light in from above..” Ample natural light, privacy..
image: Lyndon Douglas; article: Dezeen
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