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Render gets in the frame

Thirlestone Homes, part of the Berkeley Homes group, has recently completed two London steel frame developments. One is a Thames-side scheme by architect HM2, part of Harper Mackay. This development is six four-bedroom, four-floor houses arranged around a gated courtyard. The houses have a staircase tower and one double-height window on the front elevations with full-height glazing to the rear elevation overlooking the river and wetlands beyond. Interiors are, says the housebuilder, ...

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