9/9a comprises of sixteen dwellings arranged in two residential blocks, with basement car parking and bicycle storage accessed by a ramp within the envelope of the building.
This redevelopment of a rundown inner-city site proposes a number of moves to establish a desirable condition between the urban city life and the inner communal life of the residential scheme. The five storey block and the mews block are separated by a shared, communal courtyard. The mews defers to the scale of the existing houses and shed to the rear of the site, whilst the front block reinstates a strong street edge and acts as a step between that of Chamberlain Court and any new buildings to the South.
In association with Box Architecture