Breaking the Victorian mould
It is unusual to go next door in a terrace and find that the new house seems to be twice as spacious as the old, yet this is what The Pike Practice has achieved in a new-build end-of-terrace house in Wandsworth, South London. Tom Pike was keen to come up with a new format for living in a standard Victorian terrace. 'We did as daring a scheme as we thought we could get away with, ' he says.
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