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75-79 KENTISH TOWN ROAD, LONDON, A-EM ARCHITECTS

The L-shaped site has lain vacant since the end of the Second World War - bomb damaged and derelict. The £800,000 mixed-use scheme comprises six new dwellings and a commercial unit, and provides a clever use of very limited construction plots and the necessary public circulation space.

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