This is a new build town-house located in central London. The site, a narrow piece of land less than half the width of the adjacent houses, faces a community garden. Because of the narrowness of the site, the house effectively has a single room per floor, all connected by a staircase which cork-screws from daylight-filled basement to the park-facing loft level.
Use timber instead of steel
We prioritise the use of timber, to minimise embodied carbon of structural elements. We work with with sawn timber, and engineered construction timber elements such as Glulam, Cross Laminated Timber and Brettstapele.