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HoughtonBudd Architects

HoughtonBudd Architects

Croydon

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HoughtonBudd Architects - New house in London

HoughtonBudd Architects

A new end of terrace house in South-East London.

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View of proposal 



View of proposal in context

View of proposal in context 



Rear Elevation

Rear Elevation 



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Ground Floor Plan 



First Floor Plan

First Floor Plan 



A new build townhouse in London. Currently in planning the proposal will reuse existing material from the demolition of an unused garage and boundary walls to create a contemporary 3 bedroom home for our client.

Responding to the awkward geometry of the site the house will be comprised of interconnecting rooms accessed via a hall and top lit stair.

A lower ground floor will accommodate guest, garden and utility rooms with a light well to the front and courtyard to rear.

Upper floors will contain family and living rooms with bedrooms at the top of the house

A flat roof will be used for off-grid energy generation and an expressed chimney makes explicit reference to the fundamental nature of the property.

Word from the architect

The commission was made on the basis of a recommendation by a previous client who is a friend of our client as we had successfully extended a home nearby.