Henning Stummel Architects' Tin House in London.

Tin House by Henning Stummel Architects A home in London that, despite being overlooked by surrounding properties, ensures privacy for its residents.

Yard House | Jonathan Tuckey Design, East Dulwich, London - Nighttime view of the exterior. The diffusion of light through the semi-translucent polycarbonate panels creates a warm glow.

The courtyard facade of Jonathan Tuckey's Dulwich Yard House in London is made of a series of translucent polycarbonate panels, the same type used at Herzog & De Meuron’s Trinity Laban Centre in nearby Deptford

Tin House, London - Henning Stummel Architects.  The design creates a low courtyard formed by six pavilions that is open to the south.

Tin House / Henning Stummel Architects - Shortlist Announced for 2016 RIBA London Awards

https://www.worldarchitecturefestival.com/house-completed-buildings

The shortlist has just been announced, so we decided to pick 17 of our favourite completed buildings from across all categories to share with you.

Looking like something between a cluster of orange origami water bombs and a group of African huts, the most extraordinary “house” has landed in a former breakers yard in Shepherd’s Bush. Reached by an arched gateway and clad in burnt orange-coloured, polyurethane-coated, steel-based alloy — tin, to you and me — with attractive standing seams, this is the Tin House, the new home of architect Henning Stummel, 50, his wife Alice Dawson and their daughters, Justine Stummel, 16, Ayesha Dawson…

Inside the extraordinary Tin House carved from a £450k plot of land and turned into a bright orange modernist masterpiece

Inside the extraordinary Tin House carved from a plot of land and turned into a bright orange modernist masterpiece

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grouped pavilions make new-build house - Tin House - Hammersmith, London - Henning Stummel

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