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Architect Jeffrey Gold's practice, Glass Houses, specialises in every aspect of architecture in glass, and undertakes commissions around the world. A recent one in London involved it in one of the most complex domestic projects it has ever undertaken. The brief was to open up the back of a townhouse, excavating a lower ground floor and external terrace and creating new living space on two levels. Gold developed the design with a series of flowing Art Deco curves.

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