In this episode I talk to Neil Dusheiko, who runs his studio Neil Dusheiko Architects in London. We talk about his recently completed project Sun Slice House.
The home is located in Cambridge, in the UK and is a renovation and extension of an existing semi-detached Victorian property. It was designed for a family to work from home and to home school their children. Considering it was completed at the start of 2020, that was either complete luck or excellent foresight on the behalf of the clients.
Neil has added a single storey brick extension that wraps around the side and the rear of the existing building and creates a stunning new open plan kitchen facing onto the garden.
The companion to the brick extension around the house is the spa building at the end of the garden that is clad in charred timber.
What is really unique about this project is the open plan kitchen space and the roof that slopes up towards the garden with two slices of glass along either length of it. An excellent use of form, natural light and materials.
If you would like to find out more about Sun Slice House, you can see images of the project on the episode page at anotherarchitecturepodcast.com and you can find out more about Neil and his studio at NeilDusheiko.com