Monochrome-Iroko

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Monochrome-Iroko By Studioort as Architects


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The project involves the reconfiguration and side-infill extension of a terraced house in Brixton, London.

The title Monochrome-Iroko refers to the monochrome material palette of anthracite MDF, grey micro cement, white matchstick tiles AND Iroko wood. The selected materials interpret the colour scheme of the existing, more traditional spaces, in a contemporary minimalist way.

Having lived many years in Asia, the owners have created an eclectic style, mixing Asian and Victorian British.

The Iroko-clad daybed sits between the kitchen and garden and is reminiscent of large, antique daybeds in timber, that…


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Project details
Location EnglandUnited Kingdom
Program Type Private House
Year Build completed in the year 2021
Tags house, Family Residence, Residential Architecture, Private House
Involve Companies
Architects Studioort
Photographers Agnese Sanvito
Engineers Blue Engineering

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