House with pink and green plaster. The colours break the connection with the traditional design
House with pink and green plaster. The colours break the connection with the traditional design

The new Salmon House rental home, with salmon-pink plaster and deep green details, was designed by English studio Office S&M, which makes effective use of the corner plot in which it stands, in the London suburb of Newham

The clients' wish was to design a low-cost home with design solutions and affordable, yet good quality materials. The project stands out because of its context, full of late Victorian houses

House with pink and green plaster. The colours break the connection with the traditional design

The external colours, pink and green are complementary and are slightly separated to create a feeling of increased volume: the pink parts move forward, the green parts step backwards. Each space features natural light and two-directional views, generating multiple perspectives within each room

House with pink and green plaster. The colours break the connection with the traditional design

Although the project was designed as a three-bedroom, three-bathroom rental property, the house is conceived as a single home, so that tenants can feel like owners of the whole house or that it can be made available to an entire family

House with pink and green plaster. The colours break the connection with the traditional design

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