House in Redland

This project is for a new private house that sits on a triangular site between terrace of gable fronted Victorian houses and a railway embankment in Redland, Bristol. The house uses the unusual site geometry to create a dynamic series of spaces over three storeys. The house’s roof form echoes that of the adjacent terrace. At ground floor the house opens up to maximise the connection with the garden at the rear. Emmett Russell Architects provided architectural services from inception to the completion of the project. The house has been featured in Grand Designs Magazine.

Project Team: Momentum Engineering, Dovetail, Piers Sadler Consulting