New London Architecture

Triangle House

Built

Triangle House is Child Graddon Lewis' refurbishment and extension of a small infill site in Kentish Town, London, transforming a gloomy and disused small office into a naturally lit, 3-storey house.
Resilient London: confronting climate change

Resilient London: confronting climate change

Triangle House is the retrofit and extension of a small infill site in Kentish Town,
transforming a gloomy and disused office into a bright, three-storey and threebedroom
house. Embracing the triangular footprint and existing character of the
site, the building makes efficient and functional use of space and natural light.
Alongside delivering a ‘hidden home’, the external form, detail and scale of the
design compliment the street elevation, while ensuring the building enjoys a unique
character in its own right.

#ResilientLondon

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Camden

Size

117 sq m

Completion

July 2020


Location

Brook Lapping Productions Ltd, 6 Anglers Ln, London NW5 3DG, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Child Graddon Lewis

Structural Engineer

Conisbee

Contractor

PG Building Services Ltd


Listed by

Child Graddon Lewis

Last updated on

05/10/2021


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