Yellow House is a bold first-floor addition to a Victorian flat located in London, United Kingdom. Nimtim architects designed the house with a focus on creating large, flexible spaces using simple, but characterful materials because of a limited budget.
The external walls are formed of a split-faced concrete block which becomes smooth and fairfaced as it moves inside. The new rear elevation is simple and confident with a large picture window alligned with fixed rooflights above the side addition.
The project received first-time approval from Southwark and was completed in early summer 2016.
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Photographs by Megan Taylor
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