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Type:           Residential
Status:         Complete - 2018

Value:          Undisclosed
Works:        Complete rebuild

The client approached us after purchasing an end of mews house that suffered from a lack of daylight and small enclosed rooms created by being surrounded by 7 party walls.


We conceived an open plan, column free space organised around a green wall lined courtyard bringing light into the house. The brick facade pattern presents a fluid ‘curtain’ to the mews, allowing the glazing behind to gradually reveal its views to the street and provide a diffused quality of light to the private spaces within. The interior is united by a series of sculptural elements that have evolved from the same language.


Completed as Project Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects

Photography by Luke Hayes

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