THE HOUSE UNDER THE COPPER TENT
Covered in copper and striking on the inside, this underground house built under a London garden creates with lights and shadows a careful architectural game that leaves no one indifferent.
Wedged between two tallest buildings, this London house is not (at all) what it looks like. From the outside, its roof with irregular carp covered with copper is the first thing that catches our attention but, inside, what impacts is its ability to take advantage of the outside light on its three floors, two of them excavated under the ground .
The house, baptized as The House in a Garden, is located on a plot of a mid-19th century villa in the neighborhood of Nothing Hill and is the work of Gianni Botsford’s architecture studio, which projected it between 2007