This is a 7.5 foot wide three-story terrace house located on the busy streets of St John’s Hill, Clapham, London.
It has a sloping roof with skylights for plenty of natural light to flow in to each room to create a spacious feel.
The ground floor has a kitchen, dining area, and bathroom. On the second floor there is a bedroom and bathroom, and the third floor is a sleeping loft.
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Three-Story Slim House in London
Images © Richard Chivers
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Images © Richard Chivers
- Alma-Nac Architects
- Richard Chivers (photographer)
- Dezeen (as seen on)
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What a lovely little urban oasis.
I would LOVE to live there! Awesome design!
Any Londoner would be beyond the moon with joy to live in this place. I would love to live here, too. Especially in London.
Heaps of intelligent design has gone into this one. Many thanks for sharing and cheers from Australia
Love the complex simplicity! Love, love the bathrooms, beautiful!!! Thank you sharing!
the architects web site is a joy!!!!
Marvelous! Astounding what you can do with good design and
Lovely but I would need living area w/ couch or a couple of chairs !
Did I miss that somewhere ?
The website for the architect has plans that show a sitting area in front of the staircase. 🙂
Love the bath- the use of skylights a good job. I would guess the roofline followed the height of the next door building was a compromise with neighbor on view rights sun rights. love having the back open up – the dining room acts like a dining room and a back porch. A ponder- think of all the rainwater on the roof running down the back end of the house right towards those wood doors. The roofing was carried down the back wall so I would guess a French drain is in the gravel. the skylights might help channel water towards the left side.
ha went to the architect site- like the house even more- check out how many bedrooms. very interesting roofline.