Gallery: The Palmwood House is a Lilliputian Home That Lets the Owners ...

 
From the people who brought you the Leaf House, the Palmwood House is a solution for a tiny, triangular lot that creatively squeezes every last inch out of the lilliputian patch of land. Located in London's riverside district of Battersea, the house fills in a problematic urban site, without looking or feeling like a run-of-the-mill infill structure. Designed by Undercurrent Architects, the petite abode boasts lovely views and a breezy rooftop garden, and features reused materials and optimized energy efficiency that achieve a large living experience despite its restricted volume.

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  1. ysh.cabana March 30, 2011 at 1:44 am

    neat space planning! what is the floor area of each floors though in square meters?

  2. sindy March 29, 2011 at 11:57 am

    Clever use of tight space. ‘Palmwood’ refers to the building material theyve used from these guys: http://inhabitat.com/pacific-green-creates-sustainably-harvested-palmwood-furniture/

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