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Alford Mews

 

Private residential development
Highgate, London

 

 

Located on a highly constrained site in the Highgate Conservation Area, this infill development creates a pair of three-bedroom houses.

 

Partly raised over an existing carpark, the design maximises the use of the site with generous balconies and planters giving it character and playfulness. An open plan living / kitchen / dining space with large sliding windows at first floor level is oriented north-east towards imposing trees and away from existing flats to avoid overlooking. Bedrooms are located at ground and second floor level with a top-lit stair connecting all floors. Views to the rear are filtered by timber sliding shutters and an existing tree.

 

Apart from intensifying the use of the site with two sought-after family size units, this is a highly sustainable development. The design features flexible interior layouts, biodiverse green roofs, a wildflower lawn, electrical charging points, brickwork set in lime mortar, and a well-insulated low-carbon structural timber frame built around the GGBS concrete balcony floor. The design complies with the new Building Regulations preventing overheating in summer.

 

The project is currently in planning stage.

 

 

 

Alford Mews

 

Private residential development
Highgate, London

 

 

Located on a highly constrained site in the Highgate Conservation Area, this infill development creates a pair of three-bedroom houses.

 

Partly raised over an existing carpark, the design maximises the use of the site with generous balconies and planters giving it character and playfulness. An open plan living / kitchen / dining space with large sliding windows at first floor level is oriented north-east towards imposing trees and away from existing flats to avoid overlooking. Bedrooms are located at ground and second floor level with a top-lit stair connecting all floors. Views to the rear are filtered by timber sliding shutters and an existing tree.

 

Apart from intensifying the use of the site with two sought-after family size units, this is a highly sustainable development. The design features flexible interior layouts, biodiverse green roofs, a wildflower lawn, electrical charging points, brickwork set in lime mortar, and a well-insulated low-carbon structural timber frame built around the GGBS concrete balcony floor. The design complies with the new Building Regulations preventing overheating in summer.

 

The project is currently in planning stage.

 

 

 

 

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