Intersection House

Friday 22 Dec 2006

Intersection house is a new build house in West London.The site is on the junction of two streets and the form of the house is generated by the contrasting street angles and the planning restrictions generated on such a tight site. The materials of the building respond to the surrounding brick type and the sheds and fences of the surrounding gardens. The house gained planning permission following lengthy negotiations with the local authority and is the first completed new build for the practice. The house took six months to build and was completed on time and on budget. The team of client, architect and builder are now engaged in further projects together.

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Residential
Architecture
United Kingdom

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