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Small private scheme of residential and live/work units on a former industrial site maximises shared amenity space

Kaolin Court.
Kaolin Court. Credit: Robert Barker

Stolon Studio for House of Tuesday
Contract value: £2.83m
GIA: 1,038m2
Cost per m2: £2,726

The small private scheme of residential and live/work units on a former industrial site maximises shared amenity space; a pedestrian route-way to the rear homes bisects the front block. Planting, reflecting pools, and light on the tiled facade soften architectural angles. Each house has its own courtyard; houses are staggered in plan, placing open dining areas opposite more private living areas.  On upper floors, the building’s form shelters entrances and outdoor spaces. Insulated timber frames, load-bearing masonry and triple-glazed windows and doors create a highly-insulated airtight envelope.

  • Kaolin Court.
    Kaolin Court. Credit: Robert Barker
  • Kaolin Court.
    Kaolin Court. Credit: Robert Barker
  • Kaolin Court.
    Kaolin Court. Credit: Robert Barker
  • Kaolin Court.
    Kaolin Court. Credit: Robert Barker
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