» » » » Inspired from the landscape and interior design of Fitzroy Park House in London

Across a narrow stone and metal bridge in North London, a modern family home rises to impose its elegant shape on the grounds of what used to be a late 1950’s house in Fitzroy Park, London, United Kingdom.
Within the Highgate Conservation area, the Fitzroy Park House was imagined by Stanton Williams Architects as a structure integrated in its inspiring landscape. Architects saw an opportunity to create an unusual floor plan inspired by surroundings: “The design strategy takes advantage of the sloping site by creating new additional spaces within the lower garden level.”

Embedding the sloping site and lush greenery, the talented architecture team created a contemporary home reminiscent of fortresses. The garden level is lower, contributing to this image, while the partly glazed entrance floor beautifully contrasts the wooden second floor sheltering private bedrooms.

Posted by Lan An

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