Frampton Arms
Hackney, London
2013–
This is one of two schemes, commissioned by the London Borough of Hackney, for new mixed tenure housing along with public realm and landscape improvements on infill sites on the edge of the post war Frampton Park Estate.

The scheme consists of three 5-storey villas similar in area to the existing villas opposite. The middle one is situated symmetrically between two existing linear blocks of flats, allowing visual and physical connections between the new courtyard that the scheme creates and the street.

Inside the lower two floors accommodate 2-storey family houses with front doors to the street. The upper floors are a mix of lateral and duplex apartments. These simple buildings are each distinguished by the addition of a loggia combining gallery access and amenity space, orientated towards the landscape, be it the new courtyard, or to the east or west.

Image 1

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    South Elevation from Well Street
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    Model looking North
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    Crop of South Elevation from Well Street
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    Ground Floor Plan and Elevations
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    Model looking West from Well Street
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    North Elevation looking from courtyard
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    Site Plan
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    Ground Floor Plan
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    First Floor Plan
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    Second Floor Plan
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    Axonometric of Well Street

Technical

  • Construction start: 2018
  • Area: 2,100m2
  • Budget: £5.2m
  • Form of contract: Design & Build
  • Client: London Borough of Hackney
  • Principal Designer: Pellings
  • Quantity Surveyor: Pellings
  • Structural Engineer: Peter Brett Associates
  • Planning Consultant: CMA Planning
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