Case Study Terrace is a project designed by WILLIAM TOZER Associates. This modern terrace house incorporates a galleried top-floor office space that overlooks a double-height living area. The middle floor is a single open-plan kitchen, living and dining space, loosely divided by rectilinear volumes of various sizes, and a dramatic change in ceiling height. The lower level is similarly open-plan, but concealed doors enable it to be divided into a yoga space, bedroom, and bathroom. Photography by WILLIAM TOZER Associates.
The project designed by WILLIAM TOZER Associates is a modern alteration to a Victorian-era, Italianate-style terrace house in London, the delicateness of which sits in distinct contrast to the a neighboring, brutalist council estate by Austin-Smith, Salmon and Lord, built in 1965. The renovation creates a white and raw concrete frame through which to view the neighboring building, visually recasting it as a found-object modern art installation, alongside art objects to the interior that are similarly framed by rectilinear white openings at a much smaller scale. Photography by WILLIAM TOZER Associates.
Structuralist House is a project designed by WILLIAM TOZER Associates. The design of the four indoor and outdoor levels of the ground floor promotes interactions between inhabitants and visitors. The living room, on the upper-ground floor, overlooks the kitchen-living-dining space on the half-level below. Photography by WILLIAM TOZER Associates.
Tall House by WILLIAM TOZER Associates. From the exterior, the scheme appears as large brick box hollowed away on two sides to reveal its white interior. To one of these sides, glazed sliding doors with minimal black frames maintain the appearance of an open void–while the other open side rests on an elongated white volume that extends into the interior. This sculptural volume accommodates cupboards and appliances to the kitchen, which is partially separated from the open-plan dining space by an island. Photography by WILLIAM TOZER Associates.