June 26, 2010
These two buildings make up part of the Brent Cross Cricklewood plan, designed to regenerate 150 hectares of residual land to the north of London. The plan includes the construction of 7,500 new housing units, following a compact plan of closed blocks and towers that constrast the vast landscape of semi-detached houses typical of London suburbs. The proposal is made up of a tower of apartments and a closed block with an inner patio used for parking. And, contrary to the typological uniformity of the tower, the block contains single-storey apartments, duplexes and units with direct access from street level.
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