section + plan model | Piercy&Company Kew House. Photography by Jack Hobhouse

Kew House was an experimental build, driven by the architect’s and client’s shared interest in a ‘kit-of-parts’ approach and the self-build possibilities emerging from digital fabrication.

A  series of cantilevers allow slices of light and air in along the edges, while folding wall-to-floor planes flip up for larger expanses and tuck back in to create nooks

A series of cantilevers allow slices of light and air in along the edges, while folding wall-to-floor planes flip up for larger expanses and tuck back in to create nooks LIGHTS

Its like an inversion of Yunha's 203L final. Also at a much, much smaller scale. I really like the materials of the main structure and how the interior space of one leg spills on the roof terrace of the other lower leg.

Its like an inversion of Yunhas final. Also at a much, much smaller scale. I really like the materials of the main structure and how the interior space of one leg spills on the roof terrace of the other lower leg.

ArchDaily od ArchDaily Gallery of House by a River / Architecture BRIO - 5  The Riparian House,© Ariel Huber / EDIT images

ArchDaily od ArchDaily Gallery of House by a River / Architecture BRIO - 5 The Riparian House,© Ariel Huber / EDIT images

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