Leaf House by James Gorst Architects

Von Maria Konou / August 31 2010
The Leaf House is an example of neo-georgian style which is inspired by the georgian houses in the surrounding neighborhood.

From James Gorst Architects:

This new London house, designed to accommodate the continuum of two home working parents and a young family, draws on the archetypal Georgian townhouse model in it’s sobriety and careful consideration of proportion. To the street, the two storey stainless steel element projects forward of the main stone volume, revealing to the public realm the internal workings of the house and engaging with the street. Above, the leaf patterned glass room sits amongst the trees in Platonic detachment.

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