Gregory Phillips Architects has designed and constructed a up to date household dwelling in Totteridge, England, that showcases waterstruck bricks.
The waterstruck gray bricks by Petersen Tegl, have variations in shade, with the property that includes a lot of several types of brick detailing in what Gregory Phillips describes as ‘an essay in brickwork’.
Waterstruck bricks are frivolously textured bricks created when water is used inside the moulding and demoulding course of. The property exterior additionally contains noticed tooth brickwork, the place the bricks are laid at a 45-degree angle, making a placing impact within the sunshine.
Different supplies, like timber, glass, and metal had been chosen for his or her high quality and longevity, whereas highly-insulated light-weight stud partitions infill between a structural metal body.
The house’s inside has concrete flooring, minimal furnishings, and a kitchen with a big island that appears out over each side of the backyard.
All through the inside, the architects opted for a darkish stained oak board that’s featured in a lot of other ways, for wall paneling, cupboard doorways, the entrance door, inside doorways, shelving, and the staircase handrails and balustrades.
In one of many bedrooms, giant floor-to-ceiling home windows overlook the backyard, whereas built-in closets embody an arrogance space and built-in TV.
In a rest room, a freestanding bathtub sits beside a shelving area of interest, whereas the home windows present a view of the gray brickwork.
Watch the video beneath that exhibits extra particulars of the house.
Right here’s a take a look at the ground plan of the house.