Designed as a home and studio for the founders of Whitaker Malem, a British leatherware design company, the two-story Garden House features a unique, steeply stepped rooftop that provides the owners a green retreat in the center of London.
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The British Airways i360, which was conceived and designed by the same firm behind the London Eye, Marks Barfield Architects, takes passengers up 450 feet in a glass and steel pod and offers up panoramic views extending up to 26 miles of Brighton and the coastline.
Designed by local architects Alan Dickson and Gill Smith of Rural Design for Nicholas Middleton and Kate Prentice for their vacation home rental business, Fiskavaig Studio is the third building in a cluster of homes designed by Rural Design for the couple.
Considered the United Kingdom’s most prestigious architecture prize, the award is presented to the building that has made the greatest contribution to British architecture in the past year.
St. Ann’s Court is a rare example of the modernist English countryside home tradition and the former home and studio of Roxy Music guitarist Phil Manzanera.
This rare 1960s midcentury modern home was designed by English architect Reginald Gale for his own family. It’s now back on the market with many of its original details in tact.
London-based Layer design studio worked with wheelchair users and medical professionals to develop a customizable wheelchair that will address common concerns.
Traditional beach huts meet chic modern living in this row of new waterfront homes in the seaside town of Margate, England. The best part might be the fab terraces with the same Channel views that inspired famous English painter JMW Turner.
The results are pretty glorious, and include new structural elements, sustainable systems, and a rad spiral staircase coiled around an open fireplace and tapered brick chimney.