A three-storey development of eight apartments on a challenging corner plot.
The client’s ambition was to create sustainable, responsible and good quality mid-level housing. The building is designed to step from floor to floor creating external balconies and responding to its corner location and adjacent rights for light.
The building is carefully framed in steel to allow the transfer of walls and shape from floor to floor without impacting on the living space within and minimising the structural zone and impact on floor to floor heights.
Architect: Tate Harmer Architects
For: Elysian Properties
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