HAMP­STEAD WEL­COMES ITS VERY OWN TREE HOUSE

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A Lon­don-based firm, Stan­ton Wil­liams Ar­chi­tects, has com­pleted build­ing a house in north Lon­don’s Fitzroy Park that gives the il­lu­sion of a tree­house. It has a tim­ber and stone ex­te­rior with a green roof, with the en­trance be­ing reached by cross­ing a bridge. The three­storey Fitzroy House has open bal­conies fac­ing Hamp­stead Heath. Stan­ton Wil­liams told Dezeen mag­a­zine, “painted in dark grey, the tim­ber brings ex­tra tex­ture and colour to the lime­stone on the ex­te­rior façade.” Stan­ton Wil­liams are also re­spon­si­ble for projects such as the Stir­ling Prize-win­ning Sains­bury Lab­o­ra­tory.

The house in­cludes four bed­rooms, each with an en-suite bath­room, her­ring­bone-pat­terned floor­ing and a pri­vate bal­cony shel­tered by the over­hang­ing roof.

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