The Client’s ambition was to create sustainable, responsible and good quality medium-rise housing.
The building is designed to step in at successive floors, creating external balconies and responding to its corner location and adjacent properties' rights of light.
We've carefully framed the structure in steel to allow the transfer of loads without impacting on open-plan living spaces whilst minimising the structural floor zones so as to maximise floor-to-floor heights.
The unique building form reflects the massing of the adjacent Edwardian housing, whilst providing a strong visual presence at the corner.
Architect: Tate Harmer Architects
For: Elysian Properties
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