House House by Andrew Maynard Architects brings two terraced houses into one

Posted in Architecture
By Sam Bathe on 8 May 2013

While respecting the structure of two Victorian terraced houses, House House by Andrew Maynard Architects brings them together with a new structure across the rear of the terraces. Organised across three levels, the tall house is flooded with light and an intelligent mirror system which gives a greater perception of space yet maintains all of the original brickwork.

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