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Claridge completes home in garden of London mansion block

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Claridge Architects has inserted this 188m² single-storey home behind a Victorian mansion block in the heart of Hampstead, north London

Nestled ‘at the foot of the existing’ building and ‘embedded’ into the site - originally a sloping garden - the house has a large green roof which can be used by the neighbouring residents.

According to the practice, the scheme on Oak Hill Park is wrapped in ‘diagonally laid strips of oiled kebony, traditionally used in the yacht building industry’.

Claridge's Oak Hill house - plan

Claridge’s Oak Hill house - plan

Project data

Architects: Claridge Architects
Design Team: Nick Rees, Patrick Wilson 
Location: Oak Hill Park, London, NW3 7LP
Type Of Project: Private residential
Client: Hamilton Court Developments
Tender date: February 2014
Start on site date: April 2014
Contract duration: nine months
Gross internal floor area: 188m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: Traditional
Structural Engineers: Elite Designers
M&e consultant: Integration UK
Quantity surveyor: Newton Wood
Main contractor: Cube Construction Ltd 

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