An infill housing project about stitching new homes into an existing neighbourhood, and mending some of the public realm. Delivered for the London Borough of Camden, it creates five homes on three unused plots of land in the Gospel Oak area. Three of the homes are social rent, and their construction, alongside other neighbourhood repairs, was subsidised by two private sale homes.

The project won ‘Best New Homes’ at the NLA awards and ‘Best Housing Project’ at the Brick Awards.

Model of the neighbourhood showing all three sites
Three homes on an infill site
Gable elevation
Within a baloncy
The new backdrop to the courtyard

Delivered by Tom Sykes whilst an associate at Burd Haward Architects.