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BROCKLEY MUSE
This main constraint for this scheme was the tight site sat between the railway line and main road.  This long this configuration and abutment to the railway line required a creative response for amenity space.

The proposal was an ‘upside down’ house which included the provision of a first floor terrace space spilling off the main living area.  The stepped facade and angular roof line allows for a contemporary proposal which responds to the wider streetscape and allows for interesting double height first floor living spaces which maximises light and volume.

The materiality response was to create a monolithic feel for the units with an earthy palette which would allow for the deep reveals to be clearly expressed within the simple composition.