Short on space and lost of ideas – consider the Hidden House. This minimalist home located in London, designed by Teatum + Teatum, is formed between existing buildings using left over space wedged between three surrounding walls. The rear elevation encompasses a shining surface with embedded silica carbide particles, which act as a mask. The doors are made of steel and laser-cut to exact specifications.
“Living spaces interface across the central lightwell, allowing bedrooms and living areas to overlap and connect. This interface between spaces seeks the opportunity for programmes to infect one another.”
Now we do love the sun here in Australia, but this house is still a marvel.