Brick and bronze paired for contemporary house on a historic London street.

How to conceal a wooden fence

© Ben BlossomArchitects: TDO Architecture Old Church Street Town House / TDO Architecture Location: London, UK Year: 2014 Photographs: Ben Blossom, Echlin

free seamless brick texture frederiksberg gymnasium, seier+seier | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

brick texture from henning larsens gymnasium in frederiksberg. coal-fired, waterstruck, grey brick produced by gråsten teglværk, denmark.

TDO pairs brick and bronze for contemporary London house

TDO pairs brick and bronze for contemporary London house

Image 9 of 21 from gallery of Old Church Street Town House & TDO Architecture. Photograph by Ben Blossom

The Shadow House by Liddicoat & Goldhill

The Shadow House by Liddicoat & Goldhill

Image 5 of 31 from gallery of The Shadow House / Liddicoat & Goldhill. Photograph by Keith Collie

This north London house extension by Lipton Plant Architects features a walk-on glass roof that can be accessed by climbing through a window

Alwyne Place by Lipton Plant Architects

This house extension in north London by Lipton Plant Architects features a large walk-on glass roof accessed from a window on the upper floor.

Malbrook Road by Tigg Coll

Doors recede into a corner in Tigg Coll's Malbrook Road extension

This London house extension by Tigg Coll Architects features sliding glass doors that retract into the brick walls to open the space up to the garden

A traditional form with rustic appeal and minimal modern interiors and an absolutely amazing site plan

Villa Rotonda by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten

Built by Bedaux de Brouwer Architects in Goirle, The Netherlands with date Images by Michel Kievits. In Villa Rotonda, completed July the archetypical “house with saddle roof” has been abstracted to its vernacul.


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