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Glas builds ivy-inspired affordable homes for Elephant

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[First look + project data] Glas Architects has completed this £2.1 million affordable housing scheme in Elephant and Castle, London

Featuring shared ownership, social rent and large family-sized housing, the 21-unit development for housing association Family Mosaic includes latticed facades inspired by ivy vines.

The project at 134 New Kent Road is close to Make’s £1.5 billion Elephant and Castle regeneration masterplan.

Project data:

Client: Family Mosaic
Architects: Glas Architects
Employers agent: Walker Management
Structural engineer: Furness Partnership
Main contractor: Denne Construction
Subcontractors and suppliers:
Cladding sub-contractor:
Malden Group
External balustrades/metal work:Brooksby
External windows/doors: Nordan
External cladding panels: Trespa Meteon
External blockwork: Forticrete
External pavers: Marshalls
External lighting: Zumtobel

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