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Thursday24 July 2014

Twist In Architecture complete renovation project

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Scheme features a new glazed rear extension

London-based Twist In Architecture has completed the renovation of a derelict building in south London.

The four-storey building features a new rear extension with a glazed master bathroom and a ground floor restaurant bar.

The building was delivered to a budget of £360,000.

Andreja Baric, co-founder of Twist In Architecture, said: “We’re delighted to have delivered this project, which not only brings a needed social meeting point to the local community, but also allows us to show how you can merge different looks and influences into something beautiful”

“We believe that by having transformed a 35-year-old wreck into a contemporary, spacious and light-soaked home- while still keeping the original features and attractiveness of the building- we have started to put positive attention to this forgotten part of Camberwell”.

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  • Cleverly done, but from the outside this looks like one of those over-sized roof extensions people did in the '60s!

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  • A "35-year-old wreck"? Twist-in Architecture aren't very good at history, I see.

    And I think they should change their Chubby Checker-like name, to avoid people laughing at them behind their back.

    Oh- and that ridiculous almost-vertical roof (those slates cannot be real) with the Velux is pretty strange-looking.

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  • ...and a visit to their website suggests that they are not UK-registered architects.

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  • Sceptical- What's your ARB number? You have far too much time on your hands, or far too little design experience.
    It would be interesting to see if you have anything built that stands up to the pathetic and endless criticism you consistently (read: over the past 2 years) troll this site with. Or does being an 'academic' immune you to criticism?

    Oh and that jab at their status? Nationalism at its finest! If someone doesn't SAY they are 'Architects' must we point it out??

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