Following the glass staircase . .
There is a part of London's Notting Hill which looked like a film set long before the neighbourhood became synonymous with movie-land. The terraced houses which line the streets immediately south of Notting Hill Gate are painted in sugar-candy colours, lending a bohemian air to what are otherwise ordinary Georgian houses. A little too ordinary for Alan Power Architects' client, a design-conscious couple who chose Power from a selection recommended by the riba Client Advisory Service, ...
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