Team of Rodić DavidsonArchitects leads their architectural practice by the belief in pragmatic, restrained and contemporary approach to design. With the location in the capital of England, the architects complete most of their projects in the London boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham and Camden.
Presented project North Vat is a house located on the Dungeness beach in Kent, England. North Vat consists of three adjoining two-storey forms, each covered with dark-stained larch.
The house stands as a replacement of the old traditional architecture. The architects of Rodić Davidson Architects wanted to design a new form which would refer to the Dungeness fishing huts, yet stand out with its modern outlook. Thus, they decided to divide the building into three disparate, yet still consistent blocks, all connected by the glazed linkage. The large hut incorporates the living room and the bedroom, while the smaller ones contain a space for work and bedroom as well. The interiors featuring the concrete tile floor and white walls create a nice contrast to the dark toned timber exterior, meanwhile shape an intimate and luminous space for living.