New London Architecture

Wolsey Mews

Built

Completed in 2019, Wolsey Mews comprises two houses behind a bold, subtly modulated facade and is a skillful and sustainable exemplar of what can be achieved on a constrained urban infill site.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

Shortlisted in the DWELLING category 
Wolsey Mews is a new building in a conservation area in Kentish Town, comprising two family homes. The formerly derelict site has been skillfully and sustainably developed, and in doing so, the quality of the streetscape transformed. Behind a modest, subtly modulated facade, a complex, interlocking plan maximises space and responds to the constraints of the site with ease. The bold simplicity of the exterior carries through to the interior, with simply detailed, unexpectedly generous, light-filled internal spaces. It is an exemplar of what can be achieved on a small urban infill site.


Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Camden

Size

322 sq m

Completion

June 2019


Location

10 Wolsey Mews, Kentish Town, London NW5 2DX, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Burd Haward Architects

Structural Engineer

Price & Myers

Services Engineer

Ingleton Wood


Listed by

Burd Haward Architects

Last updated on

04/02/2021


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