Cottrell and Vermeulen Architecture
Cottrell and Vermeulen’s new development sits between two existing two-storey residential properties and both its scale and materiality are sympathetically designed to harmonise with the neighbouring buildings.
The primary material used is a rich textured stock brick, which extensively fits into the historic context of the Mews, with both nineteenth century Victorian and recent contemporary residential properties employing it as the dominant facing material. Dark stained ‘waney-edge’ timber panelling complements the brickwork and is used within the window bays as a feature that in turn references the timber ‘stable’ doors used within the Mews, but in a contemporary fashion.
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