Monday, October 12, 2015

The Hidden House by Hogarth Architects

Barbie knows that although you can't always see everything it doesn't mean it's not a great sensory experience. Some things in life you just have to rely on your intuition to experience. Even in architecture... 

The Hidden House by Hogarth Architects 

“At the end of a traditional mews terrace, and behind the bullet proof blue/black mirror door entrance, described as a ‘rabbit hole’ by Ian Hogarth, there is a contemporary, minimalist, eco-friendly, technological and slightly psychedelic 250 square-metre family house over four levels. The de-luxe features include a large open-plan kitchen with the longest leather sofa this side of Las Vegas; colour-changing lighting inspired by the Blackpool illuminations; the master bedroom has a purple Perspex wardrobe; the basement living and leisure space has a wellness suite, multi-coloured flashing sixties dance floor with DJ booth; a cinema with seven invisible speakers in the wall, and a sunken seating area and garden courtyard with a fishpond and waterfall. The eco-credentials include photo-voltaics, air source heat pump, super-insulation and water recycling achieving Code for Sustainable Homes Code Level 4." - AAJ

Would you love to hide out in this dreamy house?

Barbie would!
Kisses, m.

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