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An interim response to Ealing Council's homeless pressures.
Developer QED Sustainable Urban Developments was appointed by Ealing Council to use sites earmarked for future development to erect temporary housing for 7 years for their local homeless residents.
First approached in February 2017 with a planning approval for the site, the brief for Cityzen was to produce compliant, coordinated construction designs for studio, 1-bed and 2-bed apartments from converted shipping containers.
Being a 7 year lease the property was not "temporary" under building regulations and so had to perform to all commercial regulations.
The clients for this new-build house approached us having purchased a plot of land set in deciduous woodland in Oxfordshire. We were tasked with designing an open and unique house which could make the most of the beautiful surroundings.
Extensive refurbishment comprising of a split section to the rear. This sectional arrangement was utilised to develop a concept of a geological strata linking all spaces to the rear with its uniform and consistent finish. The strata forms a raised terrace, a kitchen, floor, wall and ceiling and a metal clad central stair element pierces through forming circulation between the levels and spaces.