We were part of a consortium that developed the masterplan and housing product for Baulderstone’s bid for the Kew Residential Services site.
The proposal benefited from the collaborative approach of the multi-disciplinary team coupled with the iterative design process between architecture and urban design. This enabled us to develop a site responsive terrace typology that formed a positive interface with the adjacent network of parkland. Our compact dwellings and their courtyards were orientated and openable to the adjacent public space. Through the use of large sliding privacy screens on the facades occupants could open up and extend the private outdoor area into a larger landscape.