The trapezoidal family residence in North London radiates a charm of simplicity. The two-storey house with an area of 350 m² looks at first glance like an inconspicuous ordinary building, but the reality is a bit more interesting. The shape of the house narrows at the entrance and, conversely, expands inside into the living area connected to the kitchen. The interior is focused on simplicity in which the air moves through space for a better connection with nature. Panoramic windows cover a large part of the house, allowing a wide view of the surroundings through the garden, bringing a dose of daylight. Photos below! Designed by Rado Iliev; Photos by Assen Emilov.