Darwin Road Residence: Evolve Architecture Unveils a Beautiful Garden Home in London

by , 02/13/13

evolve architecture, green building, sustainable design, green design, green architecture, sustainable architecture, ealing, london, uk, united kingdom, darwin road

This new house by Evolve Architecture is situated on a backland site of old allotments in Ealing, London. It was designed with a collection of pitched roofs rising towards the centre of the site and low at the boundaries. The L-shaped design offers views onto the garden and the house itself. The open plan kitchen is at a raised half story level with bedrooms below. The facade is clad in grey spruce echoing the timber fences around. The finished house is spacious with an intimate quality of an oasis within the city.

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  1. fencing2habitat December 8, 2014 at 2:42 am

    What a fabulous house garden! The timber fences around this house give an appealing touch as well as safety. I also deal with fencing supplies in California provide best fence materials to its client with amazing services that suits every budget. I liked your article very much. Thanks for nice sharing.

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