Our custom build homes incorporate a split-level design which removes the need for landings, while allowing each room to borrow light from the other, maximising space and allowing for a large double height void.
Designed by Stirling Prize winning architect Simon Allford of AHMM for developer Solidspace, Weston Street‘s tessellating exterior design mirrors the split-level design on the interior.
Winner of a RIBA London Award and National Award, these eight homes feature oak parquet flooring and board marked concrete walls.
Shepherdess Walk was built as a collaboration between award-winning developer Solispace and Swiss architects Jaccaud Zein.
Featuring the Solidspace split-level DNA, the design allows for visual connectivity between different rooms of the house, and allows for double-height voids which create an amazing feeling of space.
Our custom build homes incorporate a split-level and open-plan design which removes the need for landings, while allowing each room to borrow light from the other, maximising volume and allowing for a large double height void.
Essex Mews, designed by MW Architects, is the winner of a RIBA London Regional Award.
A development of three detached two-storey houses, the design maximises the use of space and natural light, with the first floor landing extending over the living area, creating an open social space.
Zog House, designed by Groves Natcheva Architects, is Unboxed Homes managing director Gus Zogolovitch’s own self-build.
Winner of the International Property Awards 2011 Best London Single Development, this house was shortlisted for the RIBA London Awards 2010 and the Premier Guarantee Environmental House of the Year Awards 2010.