The three storey Fitzroy House, designed by London firm Stanton Williams to imitate the essence of a treehouse, provides a family residence with large open living spaces that link seamlessly with the landscaped garden.
The grey-painted Accoya panelling, which creates a striking effect, contrasts with large areas of floor-to-ceiling glazing on the building’s exterior. This provides expansive views over Hampstead Heath. The durable coating creates a weathered grey finish that is increasingly visible in architectural projects throughout Europe.
Photographer © Edmund Sumner
Applications used in this project: Siding