L'agence Andy Martin Architects nous dévoile sa dernière réalisation, la transformation et l'extension d'un ancien garage en maison familiale. Situé à Belsize Park à Londres et imaginé pour un musicien et son épouse designer, le logement "Mews 02" se  déploie sur 4 niveaux et offre un espace modulable et largement ouvert sur l'extérieur.

Sur ce projet, l'agence Andy Martin Architects précise:

"Andy Martin Architects are delighted to present you the latest residential project of 2011, an ambitious redevelopment of an existing mechanics garage.  Mews 02 is a single residence set in Belsize Park; the owners, a musician and his designer wife, wanted this existing mechanics garage to be converted to a 4 level family home, with the emphasis on the entertaining areas and with the ability to create private compartments over for sleeping.  On first impression, as one passes through the entry gates, the sunken courtyard resembles a slate quarry with its charcoal blocks running externally and reaching internally to the rear of the residence. Immediately is possible to feel the playful use of dark and light, of black and white. The seamless flooring is flowing horizontally through each level and the contrasting charcoal construction blocks are rising vertically. This spine wall creates the circulation hub and ama set out to isolate each floor using this device.  An important aspect of this project is the way ama have managed to capture the available light creatively, using glazed and wooden screens, and even natural vegetation screens giving all the space unique atmosphere throughout the day and night."

Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site d'Andy Martin Architects.

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