The house was designed by award-winning practice Claridge Architects. It has a generous open-plan living space, three bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms, an additional guest bathroom with a concealed shower, and a TV room. It sits within a generous garden on a private development in Hampstead, London. It has a footprint of 200 sq m with 2.7m ceilings, and each room boasts floor-to-ceiling windows. Kebony, a sustainable alternative to tropical hardwood, has been extensively used in the build. The property was included in London’s annual Open House event, a celebration of the capital’s best architecture.
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