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Wimbledon House

 

New-build four-bedroom house for a private client, Wimbledon Village, London

 

 

Surrounded by gardens at the end of a cul-de-sac in the heart of Wimbledon Village, this house takes cues from its context adopting sloping roofs and a similar scale. Three volumes define the external appearance and the internal organisation.

 

Cooking and dining are enjoyed within a double height space on the private northern side, facing an imposing 17th century boundary wall. An open stair leads from this family hub to the first floor bedrooms. The southern volume of the building is occupied by a living room with fire place on ground floor and a master suite above. The volume along the western boundary accommodates study, gym and utility space on ground floor and bedrooms above.

 

The building adopts a low-energy, low-carbon design approach with highly insulated timber structure, ground source heat pump, and heat recovery for the ventilation system. The façade is constructed of flush pointed water-struck clay bricks and soft lime mortar, allowing the bricks to be recycled, and accoya timber windows and doors.

 

Planning has been granted and construction is underway with completion anticipated for April 2023.

 

 

 

Wimbledon House

 

New-build four-bedroom house for a private client, Wimbledon Village, London

 

 

Surrounded by gardens at the end of a cul-de-sac in the heart of Wimbledon Village, this house takes cues from its context adopting sloping roofs and a similar scale. Three volumes define the external appearance and the internal organisation.

 

Cooking and dining are enjoyed within a double height space on the private northern side, facing an imposing 17th century boundary wall. An open stair leads from this family hub to the first floor bedrooms. The southern volume of the building is occupied by a living room with fire place on ground floor and a master suite above. The volume along the western boundary accommodates study, gym and utility space on ground floor and bedrooms above.

 

The building adopts a low-energy, low-carbon design approach with highly insulated timber structure, ground source heat pump, and heat recovery for the ventilation system. The façade is constructed of flush pointed water-struck clay bricks and soft lime mortar, allowing the bricks to be recycled, and accoya timber windows and doors.

 

Planning has been granted and construction is underway with completion anticipated for April 2023.

 

 

 

 

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