Hidden House – modern living module, which is integrated between the two historic buildings located in London (UK). Authors of the project – the architectural studio Teatum + Teatum – departed from the conventional rules of the London streets, but did so delicately and mysteriously.
In order to create a sense of intimacy and privacy, natural light comes only from perforated front doors and windows, located in the ceiling, which are present in the building.
The new inhabited space is literally inserted between existing buildings, finding a way out of a current situation of shortage of free space in city centre.
Dwelling space seamlessly interact with each other using a non-trivial ways of covering, which was made the main conceptual focus.
Perforated with laser-cut black surfaces attracting the attention of passersby and filter the bright sunlight, creating a sense of intimacy and security.
The space between houses costs much less than the traditional site, therefore each innovative decision of use of such possibility to get separate own habitation deserves special attention that confirms the given project.
The interior continued to develop the theme of the home and cost used to create the environment only inexpensive, but environmentally friendly materials.
The work of the authors of the project can be found on their official website: http://www.teatumandteatum.com/