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Moxon completes Hackney townhouse extension

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[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + DATA] Moxon Architects has entered this two storey extension in east London into the AJ Small Projects Awards

The practice, which was shortlisted for an AJ Small Projects Award in 2010 for Lecht Cottage in Aberdeenshire, has added a two storey extension to a town house in the De Beauvoir Conservation Area.

The rear addition replaces a pre-existing ‘hotch potch’ of additions with a single unifying form. It is clad with timber panels framed by a galvanised steel band to keep the extension ‘distinct’ from the principal building.

The architect has also refurbished and rearranged the existing house, locating the kitchen on the ground floor of the extension with a new bathroom on the first floor. The scheme also features a green roof.

Small Projects entry information

To enter, you will need to submit a 150-word text describing your project, along with at least eight photographs, five drawings and one working detail. There is a £50 entry fee.

For full competition details and payment form please see the attached pdf document.

Entries should be submitted via the AJ Buildings Library uploader. Please email Tom Ravenscroft on ajsmallprojects@emap.com or call 020 7728 4644 for your unique login.

AJ Small Projects Awards

The 2013 Award is now open for entries. Alison Brooks will be talking at an AJ Small Projects launch event in London on Thursday 1 November

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