Situated conveniently within London's commuter belt, this striking modern house is built on a generous plot overlooking open fields. Its unusual design with two wings set at an oblique angle is based on the customer's clear vision. The materials used for the façade are also unconventional, with dark grey bricks on the ground floor, and lightweight ceramic tiles to the upper floor. The house has six generous bedrooms and an open-plan kitchen / dining / living area with dramatic floor-to-ceiling sliding windows leading to the garden beyond.

Fact sheet

Roof shape
Flat roof
Dimensions in m
Main wing: 8.20 x 24.45
West wing: 7.60 x 18.20
Gross External Area in ft² (incl. basement if present)

Eye-catching design utilising unconventional materials

CEO Baufritz (UK) Ltd.

Oliver Rehm

"Two asymmetrical wings give the house its distinctive shape. The façade is also unusual: custom bricks are used on the ground floor, while the upper floor is covered in gleaming ceramic tiles, broken up by exclusive elements with a wave-like pattern." 

Floor plans

Ground Floor

First Floor

*Architect: Scroxton & Partners