What A Contemporary Home Will Look Like In London’s Conservation Area

What A Contemporary Home Will Look Like In London’s Conservation Area
Design

These new London structures are to be built next to properties dating back to the 1800s

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 february 2016

Architecture studio Haptic and developer Banda Property have been granted planning permission to design and build a series of contemporary properties in the historic townscape of London’s Chelsea Conservation Area. The Chelsea homes scheme includes a four-bedroom house, which will be in keeping with the area’s design, and an apartment building that will stand out as a modern piece of architecture with a unique identity.

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