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Peter Morris Architects

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Peter Morris Architects - Twisted House

Peter Morris Architects

An extension of two halves, moulding itself to the context of an overlooked urban site in South London to create a more spacious family home

Internal side view

Internal side view 

Twisted House external view

Twisted House external view 


Internal view

Internal view 

Twisted House interior view

Twisted House interior view 




Seeking to retain privacy without resorting to the
ubiquitous bi-folding doors solution, this extension is made of
two halves – the first half has a duo pitched roof, to maintain the
neighbour’s view, then twists in the middle to form a mono pitch
roof, rising from 2.4 metres to 4 metres high. Rather than having
glazing across the whole of the rear elevation, a large window
seat is inserted at one side of the elevation, to frame a view of the
beautiful south-facing garden. A steel frame core, with a secondary
timber frame, is internally clad with plywood, and externally
wrapped in a waterproof membrane and then clad in cedar, which
will turn silver over time.