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pH+ Architects' Tudor-inspired scheme goes in for planning

pH+ Architects has submitted this mixed-use development in Hoxton, East London, for planning.

The scheme will provide nine residential units above a ground floor of commercial space.

The project will be clad in a moveable, permeable patterned skin (pictured below) that takes its design from Hoxton’s Tudor past.

The site, formally known as Hoxton Fields, once staged the grandest display of archery ever held by Elizabeth I.

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