Mrs Custard's House

London / United Kingdom / 2017

38
38 Love 2,411 Visits Published

An internal glazed and plant filled courtyard fosters a blurring of boundaries between the inside and outside at Mrs Custard's House in Brixton, London. Black brick wraps ribbon-like from the master bedroom through the kitchen and dining room and settles to form a second sunken courtyard. We created a generous and light-filled sequence of spaces which work both for our clients and for Mrs Custard, their cat. In fact, Mrs Custard is the proud owner of a cat flap which takes her through a cupboard, up some steps, through the wall and onto the bench outside. She couldn’t be happier.

38 users love this project
Comments
    comment
    Enlarge image

    An internal glazed and plant filled courtyard fosters a blurring of boundaries between the inside and outside at Mrs Custard's House in Brixton, London. Black brick wraps ribbon-like from the master bedroom through the kitchen and dining room and settles to form a second sunken courtyard. We created a generous and light-filled sequence of spaces which work both for our clients and for Mrs Custard, their cat. In fact, Mrs Custard is the proud owner of a cat flap which takes her through a...

    Project details
    • Year 2017
    • Work finished in 2017
    • Main structure Masonry
    • Contractor Cardonwood Ltd
    • Cost £200,000
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence
    Archilovers On Instagram
    Lovers 38 users