Saturday, March 19, 2011

Hopkins' House | Hampstead, London | Hopkins Architects

As well as a house, a studio was needed for the recently established architectural practice. The leafy street of Regency villas suggested the detached form of the building. Its footprint was defined by building restriction lines, leaving a 10m x 12m rectangle on two levels. From the front, however, the house appears to be single-storey, because the site is 2.5 metres below the road. The main entrance is at first-floor level across a footbridge, spanning a slope down to the garden level.....more

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