Richmond house RAUM

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The Richmond house is particularly important for the Belgrade based studio RAUM because of its foreign context and the specific terms set by the client.

The client wanted to turn a typical 60 s family house into a contemporary home in terms of design and function. The first floor is structured as two independent volumes that are connected by a bridge.

One volume is exclusively a parent s zone with a spacious master bedroom, along with a bathroom, a dressing room and a study, while the other one is to accommodate children and all their needs plus potential guests.

Two distinctive zones are separated by a double height void that goes all the way from the front to the rear of the house. This is to be seen on both elevations, so that the house performs as ai???a see throughai???.

Large glass surfaces and corner windows allow users to be in a constant touch with the outdoors.

Architects: RAUM Aleksandra Raonic with Ivko Rakic and Milos Raonic

Type: reconstruction and extension of a family house

Location: Richmond, London, UK

Area: 300 sqm

Date: 2009 – 2012

Photographs: Branislav Ristovic

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