The L-shaped plan
Adding character to a modern house, built originally for a Formula One world champion racing driver, meant adding something more lyrical to the rectangular form Architect Tom Pike knew the house as soon his clients took him to see it. It had been designed more than 30 years before by Broadway Malyan for whom Pike had worked for a while.
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