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House for an Art Collector by Ash Sakula Architects


The restored Grade II listed Georgian terrace house has had a new insertion at its rear, providing a terrace at ground floor level and a media room below. A white stone disk floats over the existing vaults to form the new terrace with a curved glass balustrade and circular flush rooflights providing natural light to the accommodation below.

Glass bridges connect back to the main house through the modified existing sash windows and an Antony Gormley sculpture is positioned to be viewed through the house on opening the front door.

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