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Groves Natcheva secures planning for sunken Queen's Park home

Groves Natcheva Architects has won planning for a partially submerged house in Queen’s Park, London

The planned 150m² brick home within the Brondesbury Conservation Area is on the same street as the practice’s RIBA Award-shortlisted Zog House.

An open plan kitchen/living room topped with a glazed double height lantern on the ground floor stands above three bedrooms in the basement floor that overlook two sunken courtyard gardens.

Work is due to start on site in January 2015.


Architect’s view

Adriana Natcheva, Groves Natcheva Architects

Securing this planning permission is a testament to the vision of Brent Council. We’re thrilled to be adding to the landscape of the Brondesbury Conservation Area for the second time, following the success of The Zog House.

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