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Woodside Mews

A contemporary take on a traditional format

Woodside Mews.
Woodside Mews. Credit: Jeremy Phillips

TAS Architects for Base Developments
Contract value: undisclosed 
GIA: 696m2

Woodside Mews is a terrace of four three-bed houses on an overlooked site that had had previous planning applications rejected. In a contemporary take on a traditional format, the houses are stepped on site in order to maximise space and daylight and reduce perceived massing. A chimney to the rear of each creates a strong form while giving a focal point to the open plan kitchen, dining and snug. Asymmetrical roofs allow for the third bedroom and bathroom in the vaulted space.

  • Woodside Mews.
    Woodside Mews. Credit: Jeremy Phillips
  • Woodside Mews.
    Woodside Mews. Credit: Jeremy Phillips
  • Woodside Mews.
    Woodside Mews. Credit: Jeremy Phillips
  • Woodside Mews.
    Woodside Mews. Credit: Jeremy Phillips
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