Totteridge is a striking new-build contemporary house in a London conservation area. This substantial property is designed as a long-term family home, replacing an existing dated bungalow that the clients had lived in for years.
The design is unequivocally contemporary, and contrasts to the surrounding traditional neighbouring properties – yet references the materials of the local area.
Built predominantly of brick and timber, these materials are reimagined in a unique way – where brickwork is suspended above a lightweight timber and glass ground floor.
This playful juxtaposition of the construction creates a distinctive and high-quality aesthetic that is used both inside and out.
1. Facade cladding- Peterson Brick
2. Flooring- Polished concrete by Lazenby
3. Doors- Front door by urban front
4. Windows- Skyframe
5. Roofing- Bauder
6. Interior lighting- London light works
7. a/v - Cornflake