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Freehaus developed a unique design concept combining Benugo’s existing branding identity with the ephemeral architectural language of fashion and catwalks.
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A modern rear extension and refurbishment to a Victorian lower ground floor flat in Hackney, East London. A new garden pavilion with anodised aluminium slimline glazing transforms the internal relationship with the large rear garden.
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