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Pamphilon Architects unwraps £100k brick extension

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Pamphilon Architects has completed this extension with a ‘lacy brick’ pattern for a textile designer in north London

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The 13m2 project extends the kitchen of the Edwardian home with an extension that compliments the brick of the existing house. 

According to the architects, the textured brick design of the £100,000 addition was a result of the client’s ‘love of texture colour and fun’. 

The bricks have been laid in a Flemish bond with protruding headers creating what they decided to name a ‘lacy brick’ pattern.

The project has been submitted to the 2017 AJ Small Projects Award.

See more entries to this year’s awards

Project data 

Location Harringay, London
Type of project extension
Client private
Architect Pamphilon Architects
Structural engineer Momentum Consulting Engineers
Main contractor Properform Builders
Tender date August 2015
Start on site date January 2016
Completion date September 2016
Gross internal floor area 13m2
Form of contract and/or procurement JCT Home Owner
Total cost £100,000

Ground floor plan

Lacy Brick by Pamphilon Architects

Lacy Brick by Pamphilon Architects

Roof plan

Lacy Brick by Pamphilon Architects

Lacy Brick by Pamphilon Architects

Elevation

Lacy Brick by Pamphilon Architects

Lacy Brick by Pamphilon Architects

Detail

Lacy Brick by Pamphilon Architects

Lacy Brick by Pamphilon Architects

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Ajsp 2017 twitter silver 1

How to enter the AJ Small Projects Awards

1. Head to the AJ Small Projects Awards website, register and pay your entry fee.

2. An email will then be sent to you with log in details for the AJ Buildings Library. 

3. Upload your project to the AJ Buildings Library. You will need to provide: 

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  • Project details including name of practice, name of project, date of completion, total cost, gross internal floor area, client, structural engineer, services engineer, quantity surveyor, main contractor, and other subcontractors and suppliers

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  • Entries must have been completed between 1 January 2015 and 31 December 2016
  • All entries must have a maximum total contract value of £250,000
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  • Projects must be located in the UK or built by a UK-based practice abroad
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Deadline 20 January 2017

 

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