In amongst the traditional Victorian terrace houses situated on Donaldson Road in Queen's Park, West London, you will find the latest addition to this typical suburban street, Zog House. This contemporary house, developed by Solidspace Developments and designed by Architects Groves Natcheva, features a ground-breaking internal structure, which is made up of split-section structure that breaks the boundaries of traditional Victorian and Georgian terraces in a bid to meet the demands of modern living. Essentially a prefabricated, concrete interior structure - from which the exterior can be suited to its surroundings - the Solidspace typology results in a fluid, flowing internal space where the concrete acts as both structure and industrial-chic internal finishing. Evolving the concept of open-plan housing, Zog House created a unique way of living.
Location: 1a Donaldson Road, London, NW6 6NA, United Kingdom