The Haringey Brick House transforms a decaying former garage plot into a new contemporary home.
The house is situated at the end of a road with Victorian semi-detached houses. The Victorian houses set up a strong rhythm of horizontal lines, vertical window proportions and brick bonding and this new home has a contemporary conversation with the neighbouring Victorian houses. The use of different brick bonding both internally and externally defines the building form and the internal spaces. Oak windows and panels are inserted between the different brick bonding.
The Haringey Brick House has been shortlisted for the 2015 RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) London regional awards for architecture.