Skywood House by Graham Phillips

Skywood House by Graham Phillips, situated in Denham just outside of London, UK | The Hardt

 

Skywood House by Graham Phillips, situated in Denham just outside of London, UK. The main living space – a double square in plan with a high frame-less glass wall – faces west over the lake. The rectangular form of the glass box is continued by the clerestory windows that run along the tops of the walls that extend towards the lake and the landscape. The bedrooms each have a built-in desk surface and overlook the walled garden. A perimeter of black basalt gravel borders the green lawn. The magnolia tree was preserved in its original position and became central to the garden space. The bedrooms each have a built-in desk surface and overlook the walled garden. A perimeter of black basalt gravel borders the green lawn.The magnolia tree was preserved in its original position and became central to the garden space. The bedrooms have no sliding doors, only frameless glass panels to maximize the view

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Aesthetically and Geographically Related Projects:

 


 

Previous

Next

MENU
SEARCH
Skywood House by Graham Phillips UK lake Graham Phillips barcelona chair

Follow this blog

Get a daily email of all new posts.


Send this to a friend

Hi, this may be interesting you: Skywood House by Graham Phillips! This is the link: https://thehardt.com/architecture/skywood-house-graham-phillips/