Architectural studio Eldridge London has created an interesting trefoil-shaped house in southwest London and the shape entails that "almost every section of wall is curved." This creates a fluid and dynamic aesthetic for the structure.
Eldridge London used a variety of luxe materials for the construction of the contemporary trefoil-shaped house, including "a bronze-toned cladding system made from lengths of profiled aluminum," as well as marble, brass, concrete, and white marble.
The eye-catching trefoil-shaped house extends to a total of three floors, with a fully glazed floor-to-ceiling facade that strikes a good balance between interior and exterior. The space is functional as a family home, but also has a dramatic flair--especially when one looks to the concealed spiral staircase which is the only route to the master bedroom.
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