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Peter Morris Architects

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Peter Morris Architects - Kiln House

Peter Morris Architects

Kiln House, Hampstead heath London

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We are very pleased to be designing two architecturally significant large family homes, in Camden, London. One to be built on the site of an existing Victorian house, and one to be built on an empty plot of land sitting alongside it.

This will give greater consistency with the existing street frontage, mainly consisting of four-storey houses.

In the 1880’s Gospel oak had it’s own Brick Works, on Kiln Place. In a nod to this past we will use concrete shingles by KAZA Concrete on the elevations, in an abstract pattern of overlapping whites, greens and the occasional flash of blossom-coloured pink.

Gospel Oak has a great history with modernity. Buildings like Heathview, the Art-Deco Isokon Gallery, houses by Benson & Forsyth and recently houses by Karakusevic Carson Architects.

We hope to continue this tradition of pioneering modern Architecture.