Eldridge London, led by architect Nick Eldridge, designed the 505-square-metre building with a trefoil-shaped plan, meaning almost every section of wall is curved.
The exterior is a mix of floor-to-ceiling glazing and a bronze-toned cladding system made from lengths of profiled aluminium, while the interior features white marble, fair-faced concrete, oak and polished brass.
The building comprises three floors, although very little is located on the middle storey, which aligns with the street. This level primarily functions as an entrance, with a car parking garage off to one side.
Most rooms are located on the basement floor, which opens out to the garden, while the upper level contains a master bedroom suite.
The geometry of each level is different, but each one is designed to respond to the specific characteristics of the street and garden.