66-68 Stapleton Hall Road
Built on a tight brownfield site, this project encompasses a reinvention of the London townhouse, with two houses arranged over seven levels. With red brickwork, grey tiled roofs and painted timber windows, the design takes inspiration from the local Victorian architecture. Its form and orientation creates a prominent corner building, bookending the existing terrace. Inside, interconnecting volumes arranged around an open stair create a home of generous light-filled spaces with overlapping uses, while the private spaces are accessed by a closed stairwell.