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  • SHH has created a complete transformation of the ‘House of Books’ in Hampstead. The property’s name derives from its previous owner, Labour leader Michael Foot, who was known as ‘The Old Bibliophile’ because of his enormous library of books, as well as his own personal erudition and authorship. Foot’s house was, in the words of […]


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  • The Regent Street Association has awarded joint first place to London architecture practices Squire and Partners and Al Jawad Pike for their RIBA Regent Street Window installations, originally held during the London Design Festival in September 2014. Here you can see the article published with their project on arthitectural.com. Squire and Partners’ installation for Brooks […]


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Following in the footsteps of its highly praised renovation of 55 Baker Street, Make has completed a stunning refurbishment and extension to a 1960’s apartment building for Ridgeford Properties Ltd. Except this time rather than fronting a major arterial route in the city, the most stunning elevation is hidden away in the heart of Marylebone. […]


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The existing old-dwelling of two equal rooms, kitchen, bathroom and extra toilet connected via  a dark corridor was transformed into a open floor layout. The apartement profits of the east-west-orientation. While opening the windows to the ground offering benches in the sun light sun-blinds (and view-blinds) starting from the ground are spending the privacy in […]


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The site is forest in steep slope, trees downward to the river. The house almost flies away, like branches and leaves. The street access is a bridge anchoring and connecting  the six porticos which disposed along the contour lines structure the pavilion  as if a steel stilt house. Internal inter-levels are in succession, around the vertical axis  of the central stairway. Observatory rooms […]


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