The Herringbone House is made from scratch by architects from the Chan and Eayrs bureau.
The house sits on the border of Islington and Hackney in London in a traditional row of Victorian terraced houses.
The house is filled with light and air due to huge windows. This feeling is enhanced by use of light materials: limed wood, white matt marble and pearl coloured brick. Open layout allows the light to flood through the length of house.
Mike Tsang Photographs, Thomas Giddings.