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The Long House by Keith Williams Architects

North London

Conceived in part as a secret house behind a garden wall, the scale and massing of this 49m-long low house is broken up to ensure that it is in part fragmentary. Internally, the family spaces flow into each other, separable by openable panels and sliding screens.

Stairs link to the upper levels and to the toplit subterranean pool.

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