Residential development of 126 houses and flats, integrated with listed art deco leather factory premises.
The team developed a high quality design solution for a new residential development parcel within the setting of a Grade II listed art deco building in Northampton, ensuring that the development was sympathetically themed around 1920’s-1930’s architectural style.
In addition, the design team had to design to a high level code of sustainability.
Working closely with the Planning Authority through a detailed series of pre-planning and public consultations we arrived at a design solution developed with a strong urban design led approach.
The buildings have been created to define a series of spaces, and in particular a landmark apartment building provided as a focal point.
Due consideration was given to the setting of a listed building.
Feedback has been positive and the striking architecture with bright well lit interiors well received.
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