Andover Road Residence by OB Architecture
Architects: James Chapman of OB Architecture
Location: Winchester, Hampshire, Uk
Area: 1,345 ft²/ 125 m²
Photo courtesy: Martin Gardner
Winchester studio OB Architecture has revamped a 1930s house in Winchester including an emotional coated living, kitchen and eating space. Together with its broad back patio nursery it has been changed into a cutting edge family home.
The Client’s brief was to develop and redesign the house at ground and first floor to give a light filled kitchen eating space associated with a dynamic family room that opens out to boost the capability of the extensive greenery enclosure. The outline looks to accommodate the individual components of the house by making a solitary rich structure. At first floor another room with ensuite is made.
Different increments incorporate the insertion of oak timber trusses and an oak-sliding divider, which connects the kitchen eating space with a day room. The works are complimented by an arranged patio nursery containing swimming pool, pergola, timber decking and include planting.
The modelers determined a straightforward palette of materials including oak, limestone and grayish painted steelwork to give warmth and closeness to the spaces. The utilization of stone and timber is proceeded with remotely to intercede in the middle of inside and outside.
The coated augmentation utilizes basic glass upheld from L-formed steel box areas and fuses huge roof lights to bring light profound into the inside.
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