Tree View Home blends heat modernism and nature

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When you abruptly awakened in Tree View Home, you would be forgiven for considering you had been transported to the nice and cozy climes of Delhi, or California. The studio behind it, Neil Dusheiko Architects, had simply these settings in thoughts when it composed the transformation of the north London dwelling, a modest bungalow, right into a spacious trendy dwelling, wealthy in references of modernist structure and balanced, straightforward residing. 

Tree View Home: conceived as a grounding house

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‘The house is conceived as a yoga mat, a grounding house that gives a way of aid from the unpredictability of the skin world. The design strikes are supposed to focus the occupants’ consideration on the pure world: the rhythms of the solar, the change of seasons and the textures of pure supplies,’ the structure staff, led by founder Neil Dusheiko, defined. 

On prime of this, the home is surrounded by a inexperienced backyard, which is impressed by the world’s parkland and the sphere of Hawthorne bushes seen from the home’s rear home windows, and designed by panorama specialist Jane Brockbank. 

timber interiors in north london house redesign

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Internally, the house has been subdivided into three sections holding totally different features. The whole lot opens up as guests strategy the rear façade, the place expansive glazing reveals the leafy nature exterior and invitations it into the flowing residing house.

Supplies embrace Lebanese cedar wall cladding, hardwearing, darkish poured concrete flooring within the kitchen, and terracotta flooring elsewhere. This sequence of textures and hues composes a heat inside, every materials celebrated when the daylight pours in from the home windows and skylights. The identical strategy to supplies – a give attention to wealthy, usually darkish and tactile surfaces – continues within the bedrooms on the primary ground, the place Brazilian walnut turns into the protagonist in bespoke furnishings and fittings. 

sun falling in modern living room

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In the meantime the highest ground is the fruits of the peaceable haven this home inside was designed to be. ‘The uppermost ground has a calming environment that caters to thoughts and physique with a meditation shrine, gymnasium and library carved into the roof and making full use of all of the obtainable areas. The ground is made from bamboo and tatami mats, persevering with the theme of pure supplies and heightening the sense of informality,’ the architects stated.

Mixing previous and new references and bringing nature into its designs, Neil Dusheiko Architects is an skilled hand at residential structure – in London and past. Earlier work, such because the Solar Slice Home in Cambridge, showcases the extent of element the staff goes into in an effort to create trendy areas that embrace nature and work with the location’s circumstances, whereas elevating the residents’ expertise. 

timber staircase in modern london house

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timber furniture in modern london home

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london living space looking out to garden

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