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Studio 54 Architecture

Studio 54 Architecture

London, United Kingdom

Studio 54 Architecture - Canonbury Place

Studio 54 Architecture

Canonbury Place

New single storey house in Canonbury, North London.

Photographs by Sarah Blee.

East Elevation

East Elevation 






Demolition of an existing single storey garage and construction of an attached two-level (including basement level), two-bedroom dwelling to the east of the existing dwelling, with a separate entrance at ground floor level. The building has been designed in the character of a coach house/stables with a simple white washed timber screen facing the street frontage containing all the functional elements of the façade. The aim of the project was to provide better access from the adjacent house into the garden and new accommodation.

Photographs by Sarah Blee.