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Hogarth Architects wins approval for Frank Lampard house

[First look] Hogarth Architects has bagged planning permission for this £1 million home and office project in west London for Chelsea footballer - and now developer - Frank Lampard

The 265m² three-bedroom scheme in Uverdale Road, close to Lampard’s own townhouse home, also includes an office with a green roof and sunken garden. It replaces an existing, two storey, pitched-roof clothing warehouse. s

Describing the scheme Hamish Herford, a director at Hogarth Architects, said: ‘The design aims to relate to its neighbours while clearly defining itself as a separate building.

‘The upper floor features a cantilevered bay window photo etched with a William Morris plant pattern, this is combined with modulated façades of bronze ventilation panels and Peterson bricks creating a sculptural addition to the streetscape.’

It is understood construction work will start immediately and is set for completion in 2013.

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