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Surrounding houses overlook this backland site, so we developed an inward looking courtyard house arranged around a tranquil pool. The design is a composition of pavilions that respond to the irregular boundary.
Annalie Riches and David Mikhail are landlord, developer and architect on this scheme of four high quality units in the London Borough of Hackney. The accommodation consists of two houses, a flat and a triplex.
Stirling Prize Mid List 2013
RIBA Award Winner 2013
RIBA London Building of the Year 2013
RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2013 (Shortlisted)
Housing Design Awards 2013
Wood Award 2013 Winner, Private category
Sited within the Chilterns, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Brick Flint Pair sees the adaptation and extension of a traditional country farmhouse alongside a new building which appears like a reflection of the original.
The existing farmhouse, a grade II listed cottage built in the 17th century, is restored with its historic features revealed, repaired and celebrated. The new, contemporary element appears as a new building to the north of the existing house, echoing elements of the host structure and drawing in references of the local vernacular.
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Secret House is located behind a row of terraced houses and accessed via a narrow alleyway. One of the many former urban workshops nestled behind London’s terraced streets, the site is entirely surrounded with no road access meaning all materials had to be carried to the site through a doorway to the entrance alley.
This contemporary stone villa creates a strong relationship between its context, its external form and the composition of its internal spaces. Following a legacy of important homes in the Hollywood Hills, the architecture follows the natural topography of the site to provide an elegant yet neutral insertion to the LA landscape.