Cranleigh Lodge is a minimal residence situated in London, United Kingdom, designed by OZA Design. Providing extra than simply shelter, the residence doubles as an area for internet hosting occasions whereas offering an satisfactory workspace. The construction segregates public areas on the bottom flooring whereas reserving the primary flooring for personal features.
Pure supplies are showcased of their uncooked type, and bespoke handcrafted parts pepper the interiors. A dedication to sustainability extends to the flooring within the residing and eating areas, made out of reclaimed British Oak, repurposed to type an intricate marquetry design. The lounge stands out with a multipurpose built-in cupboard that includes a fire. Gentle oak panels reveal a mirror-backed cocktail bar and a media unit, remodeling the area based on the residents’ wants.
The staircase, a transition level between the flooring, is thoughtfully designed – integrating with the panelling and flooring of the adjoining areas, main as much as a hidden marble-lined powder room beneath. Within the bed room, hid joinery maximizes area utility, whereas artworks from Sam Lock and furnishings from the OZA assortment improve the aesthetic attraction.
Exterior, the backyard mirrors the house’s design ideas. Whereas it retains a traditional structure, it extends the inside’s quantity and floor remedy, performing as a serene retreat from the city hustle. Amongst the pure greenery, OZA-designed furnishings weathered with the Shou Sugi Ban method is positioned all through.
Pictures by Edvinas Bruzas.