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Zuber shows off 1960s house rebuild in Highgate

Emerging outfit Zuber Architecture has completed this £550,000 replacement for a 1960s home in Highgate, north London

The facade of the original Architects Co-Partnership designed, two-bedroom bungalow has been retained and an additional bedroom, bathroom, study, guest room and outside deck added.

The new building has a timber frame and has been clad in sapele hardwood. Brazilian slate has been used in the bathroom and courtyards.

Ground plan

Ground plan

The project data

Architects: Zuber Architecure
Location: Kingsley Place, Highgate, north London
Type Of Project: Residential – new build.
Structural Engineers: Malishev Wilson Engineers
Project Architect: Luke Zuber
Design Team: Luke Zuber, Ed Francis
Client: Rob & Jemima Sanders
Tender date: June 2010
Start on site date: December 2010
Contract duration: 12 months
Gross internal floor area: 175m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: JCT Intermediate Works/ IFC-05
Total cost: £550,000  
Quantity surveyor:
JP Jelly
Planning supervisor:NA
Main contractor: Sunrise Corporation
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: Clear Living (glazing contractors)
Annual co2 emissions:183.6 kWhrs

The building before

The building before the construction work




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