Peter Barber reinvents hostel for the homeless

The top-floor rooms sit between the old roof structure.

Source: Morley von Sternberg

Peter Barber Architects’ redesign of a St Mungo’s hostel in central London is part of a radical reinvention of its culture to prepare residents for independent life

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