Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design


Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design

The studio collaborated with architect Melanie Moore to replace the building’s existing upper floor bedroom with another that provides more space.

Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design

The timber cladding and black window trim contrast with the dark brick and white frames of the original bungalow.

Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design

Above: photograph is by the architects

Accessed by a staircase hidden behind doors in the dining room, the annex is kept private and separate from the rest of the house.

Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design

Screens surround a dressing area on one side of the large bedroom, while the gabled rear wall is covered with shelving.

Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design

The bathroom is organised to create privacy, with a sink exposed to the bedroom, a bath that faces only the dressing area and a toilet that is completely concealed.

Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design

Above: photograph is by the architects

The low pitch of the roof increases head height in the space and blue handrails and taps add splashes of colour.

Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design

Above: photograph is by the architects

 

Eden House by The Practice of Everyday Design

Photography is by Chris Shepherd, apart from where otherwise stated.

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Another house;

Casa Pre de Sura a San Martino

A window in the master bedroom wraps over onto the roof, while others meet the floor so that small children can see out.

Casa Prè de Sura by Casati

Si trovano in soggiorno e nella camera da letto principale e sono dedicate ai più piccoli.

Casa Prè de Sura by Casati

 

Casa Prè de Sura
by Casati

3 August 2012 3 comments

 

This gabled house in Italy by Austrian architects Casati has stripy wooden walls on the outside and bumpy limestone walls on the inside (+ slideshow).

Casa Prè de Sura by Casati

Boxy windows project from the facade and frame views towards the castello di San Martino; a small castle on a nearby hillside.

Casa Pre de Sura a San Martino

A window in the master bedroom wraps over onto the roof, while others meet the floor so that small children can see out.

Casa Prè de Sura by Casati

The limestone aggregate walls surround rooms and hallways on each of the three floors, absorbing moisture from the air that can cool the house during warmer months.

Casa Prè de Sura by Casati

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