Housing, Greenwich Millennium Village
The housing scheme consists of terraced houses, two storeys high, with monopitched roofs and single-storey flat-roofed lobbies at the road frontage; the spaces between the lobbies form entrance courtyards which act as 'thresholds'. Around each courtyard a steel channel framework at eaves level supports a cedar pergola with a glass canopy over the entrance door.
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