The Modern Edwardian house

July 12, 2016 / Uncategorized
  • Dennis Gilbert at View

    Dennis Gilbert at View

  • Dennis Gilbert at View

    Dennis Gilbert at View

  • Dennis Gilbert at View

    Dennis Gilbert at View

  • Dennis Gilbert at View

    Dennis Gilbert at View

  • Dennis Gilbert at View

    Dennis Gilbert at View

  • Dennis Gilbert at View

    Dennis Gilbert at View

These two terraced houses in North Dulwich, London, were built by Knox Bhavan Architects to replace an ugly 1950s property in the middle of an original Edwardian terrace. Constructed from terracotta and white sandstone blocks, which are all individually handcrafted, the homes look traditional from the front, but are covered in tongue-and-groove larch cladding at the rear. In contrast to the elegance of the façade, the interiors are kept clean and simple, with polished poured concrete flooring, curving white walls and bamboo joinery. Scroll through the gallery to take a look around (knoxbhavan.co.uk).

As featured in The Big Trend Issue, on sale until August 4