Goldcrest Architects debuts Camden infill project

Model of Goldcrest Architects' Hawley Mews project, in Camden, north London

Three-home mews scheme replaces council-owned parking spaces

Goldcrest Architects has completed a three-home infill development on the site of a former council car park in Camden, north London.

The practice – which is the architectural arm of regeneration specialist Goldcrest Land – created the proposals for the 280sq m plot after the local authority decided it was surplus to requirements in 2013.

Goldcrest said it had settled on a design that placed the new homes at 90 degrees to the mews itself, giving each property a wider frontage than would have been the case had they been street-facing. The homes are indented on the west side to give recessed entrance space and also on the east to provide courtyard gardens.

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