Hurlingham Road, Fulham, London
This residential proposal addresses an awkward triangular site sandwiched between a row of Victorian houses and an elevated railway line in Fulham, to provide 55 apartments within a volume which transitions from one storey up to nine.
The stepped form responds to the differing scales of local development, and is utilised to create a communal garden as well as generous terraces for individual apartments. In addition to the rational apartment layout we provide 16,500sqft of retail on the ground floor, and 25 basement parking spaces.
An understated façade of brick with aluminum trims gives a crisp aesthetic, with materials which nod to both the domestic and industrial.