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New outlook

In approaching this mews house in London W11, architect Lisa Shell Design has taken an apparently relaxed approach to reordering the front facade - a contrast to the busy, mixed-quality of neighbouring houses. The framing of ground-floor openings echoes the large doors typical of mews in their original use, while above, the placing of windows follows the common asymmetry.

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