The neutral palette is displayed through industrial materials, including raw concrete and steel, along with glass, wood, and plasterwork.
To increase light on the basement level, they incorporated a perforated floor, aka pavement lights, a commonly used material on London streets. Each hole is filled with glass allowing light to filter through to the space below while also opening up a connection between the two floors.
A handmade steel staircase connects the ground floor with the first floor along with a metal spine that continues up through to the top level.
Perforations show up all throughout the house, tying together the light penetrating idea.
Photos by Nick Rochowski.
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