The Cloud House: unique pastel pink eco-friendly Disney-style home for sale ‘off plan’

The Cloud House, an eco-friendly, Disney-style house in north London, is for sale. After provoking heated reactions from Gospel Oak neighbours, it was granted planning permission by Camden Council in July 2020. Because it is difficult to raise funds to build both houses, they are selling the first house before they start building the second.
/ Peter MorrisThis somewhat complicated arrangement allows the buyer to buy Mr Morris’s house and keep the plot of land. The two Cloud Houses would be built after the Victorian property is demolished. The architect estimates that the entire process will take 18 months. The additional cost of the building project is expected to be?800,000. The original plan valued the house at?2.25million. Mr Morris stated that although we have a complete interior design, down to the oven’s make, the buyer can change the design at will. It’s currently designed as an upside-down house with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. However, it could be modified to increase or decrease the number of rooms. The roof swimming pool could be expanded and the interior design might not be as extravagant as we had planned. The property’s unique design, which features multiple extravagantly curved windows that were inspired by the nearby Church of St Martin, attracted attention. Nikolaus Pevsner (1902-83) described the Grade I-listed church, which was built in 1865 as “the craziest London’s Victorian churches”, mainly because of its unfinished towers and William Morris stained glass windows.
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In line with recent trends in architecture for individuality, bold colour palettes and fun, the current interior design features contrasting colours and patterns, cow-print terrazzo worktops and neon yellow accessories in the kitchen, pale turquoise staircase, and polka-dot tiles on the roof terrace and throughout the house.Environmentally friendly features include grey water recycling, underfloor heating powered by an air source heat pump, and near Passivhaus levels of airtightness and insulation. The listing on Unique Property Company’s website states that “If Antoni Gaud was designing houses today, we think that this might have been his signature design.” Morris said that there has been some interest from people who are interested in design and want to live in something different than an ordinary pitched roof house.