The Parkside Wimbledon House ($CALL) was built in 1968 by Richard Rogers as a home for his parents. It revolutionized the idea of bringing the outdoors inside. Parkside features floor to ceiling windows throughout which creates an open plan that brings the garden inside. The house was recently renovated by Gumuchdjian Architects in order to house two Harvard fellows. Three-quarters of the building’s frame was replaced, all of the joineries was refurbished, and the garden was completely redesigned. Through it all the property still holds on to its light and airy feel.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest The West Yard Farm By Van Ellen Sheryn Architects ($NFS) brings a dated 19th-century farm complex into modern times. The home is situated in southwest England in the middle of beautiful Dartmoor National Park. Their goal was to create a new family home, by combining the Farmhouse and the attached barn with […]