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'it's refreshing to see something this bold within a conservation area'

Gazzano House by Amin Taha Architects is located in London's Rosebery Avenue conservation area. An internal palette of stripped-down, semi-industrial materials contrasts with the arresting facade. The rainscreen of stepped Cor-Ten panels will oxidise, causing the appearance to change over time.

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