Architect’s Choice: Classical architect meets modern living

Wolff Architects has begun work on a luxury housing development in north London

The Muswell Hill site, Connaught House, was previously owned by the Metropolitan Police and is a far cry from the Georgian and Victorian townhouses that Wolff Architects’ portfolio favours.

Wolff Architects logoArchitect’s Choice Jade Tilley reports of the successful planning application made by Wolff to redevelop the derelict police station into six new-build luxury townhouses.

Spanning four storeys and 2,500 sq. ft. each, Wolff intends to create a set of properties exemplifying the high-grade, open-plan living space that remains popular among buyers, yearning for a sense of expansive room in a densely packed city.

Wolff plans to open up the ground floor to create a large living area, while at basement level, a 700 sq. ft kitchen-dining room will lead onto sunken, landscaped gardens, offering complete seclusion. Bedrooms (all en-suite) will dec the upper floors, allowing light to pour in.

Read the full pdf article here, which details Wolff’s pipeline and comments from founder David Wolff.

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