What A Contemporary Home Will Look Like In London’s Conservation Area
These new London structures are to be built next to properties dating back to the 1800s
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.
Located in a commanding position within Chelsea’s Rawlings Street and surrounded by traditional buildings dating back to the 1800s, Rosemoor Studios will comprise four apartments. To achieve a juxtaposition of old and new, there will be a combination of traditional materials and modern details.