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This contemporary stone villa creates a strong relationship between its context, its external form and the composition of its internal spaces. Following a legacy of important homes in the Hollywood Hills, the architecture follows the natural topography of the site to provide an elegant yet neutral insertion to the LA landscape.
Gruff was appointed to design the fit-out and shop-front for Brickfields, a cocktail bar in London. The client owned a successful family-friendly restaurant and was looking to expand and establish a new bar nearby with a more intimate and sophisticated feel and a late licence - a venue which, before Brickfields, didn’t really exist in the area. Gruff were excited to take on the task of reconfiguring and refurbishing both the interior and exterior as well as developing a brand for Brickfields, in particular focusing on the design and fabrication...
Avon Angle uses a simple and classic material palette of brick, metal and glass to provide a new kitchen and dining space. The large three-storey Victorian house allowed for a generously sized rear extension to be built, whilst still being subservient to the host building.
The Pitch House is a rear extension to a semi-detached period house in Barnet. A series of pitches extend from the neighbouring outrigger creating a natural rhythm. The extension is clad in grooved fibre-cement panels. Brass, bronze, terrazzo finishes and white-wash larch internal boarding create a warm interior. The exposed timber beams inside draw attention to the folded roof geometry.