This new house in London was built in the empty space between two homes

Newington Green by NKA - Nicholas Kirk Architects

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have designed a new infill house in North London, England.

 

Newington Green by NKA - Nicholas Kirk Architects

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The four storey, timber frame building was designed to maximise the narrow space between two period terraces. With the distance between the properties on either side being just 4.8 metres (about16 feet) wide, the architects had to build tall to give the home owners enough space.

 

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The home includes 4 levels. The main entrance provides access to the stairs, the living area is on the first floor, the kids bedroom and main bathroom on the second floor and the master bedroom and small study area on the third floor.

 

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