Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Battersea Courtyard Office

A rather interesting feasibility study by Shape Architecture at the end of a London mews hidden behind a garden wall. Here's how they describe it:
A lightweight glazed canopy structure sits on the other side of the garden gate linking the new office with an existing office. Leading off the glazed entrance area is a courtyard garden. The composition of the building is defined by its key views from the neighbouring houses and realised as a sedum roof with various planted spaces around it. Beneath which a simple office building sits.

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