Dalston House: a minimal family house but not minimalist with sleek spaces that still have personality

Dalston House: a minimal family house but not minimalist with sleek spaces that still have personality

Architects: HÛT
Location: LondonEngland
Year: 2013
Photo courtesy:  Matt Chisnall
Description:

“The brief was to create a family house that was minimal but not minimalist, with sleek spaces that still had personality. HÛT addressed the brief by creating a home that preserved the character of the existing building and merged this with exciting modern design. The major architectural addition came in the form of two slick black boxes to the rear of the property. These structures enclose a new staircase that leads down to large open-plan basement level, an area that forms the social heart of the property.”

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