Mikayla Lysaght September 2, 2021 Home Designs
This Modern House is a Mock-Tudor house in London in which there are several elements of the industry that are expected by the owner
Surman Weston has merged a house in Surbiton, South West London, with a façade that riffs from mock-tudor facades sourced from suburban houses that come from neighbouring towns. Called ditton Hill residence, this house is designed to combine the desire of your customers to have a contemporary home design that has industrial aesthetic value with recognition of its own location on the border of London.
Equipped with an outer metal frame, the most visible nod from a neighbouring mock-tudor house is the front and back facades of the A frame shaped property. Surman Weston incorporated a structural design, in which it was arranged in the same pattern as that available on the mock-tudor facades, made with a brick structure.
Above this metal frame house allows the studio to create a sizable open area such as a dining room and living room overlooking the garden through large windows. Surman Weston subdued the steel deck inside the ground floor space and used glass with steel frames as a further nod to the Tudor house.
The house was built in a triple height entrance hall created to depict exactly the same as the industrial aesthetics carried out during construction. By making one verticality, you can want from the warehouse using materials that are both industrial materials concrete, steel, and open block work that the hallway is clearly an industrial area in your home and serves as a small turning point to a hotter dark room. Focused on this entrance room is the living room that directly leads through the study to the dining room and also a smaller toilet.
The 45-story concrete staircase in the entrance hall contributes to the first floor, which contains two bedrooms, two bathrooms and two vanity rooms. The master bedroom has a spacious balcony overlooking the back garden. Although the house may not be immediately recognized as a mock-tudor imitation, Surman Weston hopes the facts make this relatable.
The facades is equipped with whitening Bricks that apply from the neighboring Tudor facades
There is a distance and equipped with natural lighting and with minimalist decoration
The living room has a fireplace, an embarrassing sofa, greenery, wrought iron and some lights, this looks very comfortable
Sliding doors are used as seals to save space and distance
Here there is a concrete and metal industrial staircase and some seeping in the ceiling
At the bottom there is a small balcony and equipped with rattan chairs and some plants.