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Platform 5 Architects

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Platform 5 Architects - Hunsdon Housing

Platform 5 Architects

A carefully considered extension to an attractive rural village providing 14 new homes.

This scheme for 14 high quality private and affordable homes is under construction on land previously used for agriculture. It forms a small extension to the attractive village of Hunsdon in Hertfordshire. The project is due to be completed by Thomas Sinden Developments in spring 2019.




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The housing is arranged around a communal landscaped village square, extending the concept of Hunsdon’s existing ‘5 village greens’ and putting play and community space at the heart of the development. The houses are composed of simple rectangular plans arranged in an informal manner. The internal layouts are designed to suit a modern rural lifestyle, with robust and generous entrance halls for muddy boots and wet coats. Picture windows frame views to the gardens and open farmland.