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Crawford Partnership LARGE RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS


Preface

Crawford Partnership was established in 1997 by Alan Crawford as a ‘boutique style’ London based architecture and interior design practice. This new book includes examples of our larger residential and mixed use projects, both built or at design stage. Our design influences are many, from art and technology, science and nature, through to travel and literature, with each unique project aspiring to create beautiful crafted built forms and spaces and to incorporate sustainable materials and technology that enable designs that maximise on light, space and comfort and provide visual delight for all. The residential projects illustrated focus on the increasingly controversial issue of working and living in London, with the challenges we now face of a rapidly growing population brought about by urbanisation and skyrocketing land prices, and this has directed our work philosophy towards more mixed use community orientated designs that incorporate combinations of commercial, retail, educational, leisure and residential components. Our designs also explore the use of ‘off site’ construction methodology and technologies for that enable quality, sustainable building construction at competitive cost levels. The knowledge and experience gained working on urban infill and gap sites in London has enabled our comprehensive understanding of economies of space and cost of materials needed to successfully complete these contemporary homes for the 21st century.

Alan Crawford 2017


Contents 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Bromley Road 01 North Road

05 South Street 07 Acton Mews 09 Church Street 13 Streatham Road 15 Stanstead Road 19 Lee High Road 23 Pilgrim’s Lane 25 Arcola Street 28 Lima Lofts 31 Longcroft Green 35 Priory Park Mansions 37 Seven Sisters Road 39 Etherley Road 43 Arbutus Street 47 Dudden Hill Lane 49 Tottenham Lane 53 London Road 59 Muswell Hill Broadway 63


01 Site Boundary

Bromley

2004

Lewisham, London

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Road Randisbourne Gardens

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+ 10800

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+ 8100

Status | Completed Value | £6 Million On the site of a former petrol station, the new building was developed as a mix of affordable rented accommodation and private for sale shared ownership apartments. Working closely with the planning department we were able to achieve a new ‘flagship’ building on this prominent site. The building facade rises to 5 storeys on the main Bromley Road with underground car parking below and due to height restrictions at the rear steps down to two storeys in height. A palette of materials including white ‘Sto’ render, cedar cladding, zinc panels cladding the angular main entrance feature and galvanized steel balconies all define the strong character of the new building. 2

1

+ 5400

+ 2700

+/- 0.00 Side Elevation


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+ 10800

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External Perspective

3Street View Render

Birds Eye View


External Top View

Site Boundary

Site Boundary

External Photo

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Front Elevation 1

Render finish

Physical Model View 4 DRAWING TITLE:

FRONT ELEVATION

SCALE:

1: 100 @ A3X2


02 North

Road

2004

Hertford, Hertfordshire Status | Completed Value | £1.3 Million Crawford Partnership designed this scheme for 12 new contemporary 2-bed residential units in Hertford’s conservation area. Planning permission was gained to demolish an existing Grade II listed Chapel and site the new development in its place. This project was nominated for the Hertford Civic Society awards scheme.

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External View

Internal Flat Photo

Street View

Street View Render 6


03 South

Street

2004

Enfield, London Status | Completed Value | ÂŁ2.4 Million In 2002 Crawford Partnership received planning permission and Listed building consent for the development of the site in Enfield to provide 24 new flats and houses that was obtained on behalf of Presentation Housing Association. Crawford Partnership worked closely with the planning and conservation design team to achieve a scheme that sought to incorporate a new contemporary development, whilst preserving the integrity of the listed building, which was to be reused as residential accommodation. The building works were completed under a Design and Build contract.

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Ground Floor Plan

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2m

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Acton

Mews

+ 13800

4 + 11100

2006

Hackney, London + 8400

Status | Planning Approved

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Value | ÂŁ3 Million Acton Mews is a development of 15 flats, providing a mixed tenure of affordable and speculative housing for sale. Located within a tight urban context the site was formally a wholesale warehouse but now forms part of an ongoing redevelopment of the Kingsland Road environs. The chosen material palette and aesthetic appearance of the building echoes the industrial history of the area.

+ 5700

+ 3000

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Front Elevation


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Short Section


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reception

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commercial unit A: 29.89 m2

Other property

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SITE BOUNDARY SITE BOUNDARY LIFT light well

LIFT

staircase to basement staircase all floors ±0.000 staircase all floors

±0.000

720 litre Eurobin for commercial waste

staircase to basement

Gross internal area: 18.5 m²

reception

1100 litre Eurob for reside in ntial use

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staircase to basement

REV: C

commercial unit 2

REV: B

commercial unit 3

A: 55.43 m2

staircase to basement

A: 50.32 m2

±0.000

bycicle store

REV: A

A: 22.00 m2

reception void

±0.000

refuse store

1100 litre Eurob for reside in ntial use

Gross internal area: 22.0 m²

REFUSE STORE

A: 30.06 m2

720 litre Eurobin for commercial waste

void reception

A: 14.46 m2

720 litre Eurobin for commercial waste

±0.000

1100 litre Eurobin for residential use

refuse store A: 4.03 m2

Ground Floor Plan

1m

Gross internal area: 247.0 m²

BYCICLE STORE

Gross internal area of floor: 309.9 m²

commercial unit 1

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COMMERCIAL UNITS

2m

3m

4m

DRAWING TITLE:

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

PROJECT:

50 Acton Mews E8 4EA

DRAWING NO.:

2004-91-101

SCALE:

CLIENT:

DRAWN: GZ

REV:

STATUS:

CHECKED: AC

DATE:

crawford partnership

ACTON MEWS

Architecture

Interior Design

Development

A3 @ 1: 100 A1 @ 1: 50

ADRIAN SEAL RETIREMENT BENEFITS SCHEME

PLANNING APRIL 2005

17 Redston Road, London, N8 7HL Tel: 020 8348 7109 · Fax: 020 8341 6809 info@crawfordpartnership.co.uk www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk Company number 3499361

5m

Roof over commer cial units

Other property Other property

SITE BOUNDARY SITE BOUNDARY LIFT

LIFT staircase all floors

staircase all floors

+2.700

bedroom 4

bedroom 3

A: 10.32 m2

toilet

bedroom 2

A: 10.34 m2

A: 10.86 m2

bedroom3

+2.700

A: 7.78 m2

A: 2.03 m2

kitchen

A: 7.55 m2

toilet

store

store

A: 2.53 m2

A: 1.76 m2 +2.700

A: 2.06 m2

circulation space

circulation space

A: 8.56 m2

bathroom

A: 9.99 m2

A: 5.09 m2

bathroom A: 4.61 m2

living / dining

bedroom 1

A: 25.35 m2

kitchen

Gross internal area: 86.4 m²

REV: B REV: A

bedroom 1 A: 12.22 m2

en-suite A: 2.94 m2

balcony

Gross internal area: 116.6 m²

3B/5P

REV: C

+2.700

A: 7.65 m2

A: 14.08 m2

4B/8P

TYPE B

REV: D

living / dining

A: 14.13 m2

bedroom 2

TYPE A

Gross internal area of floor: 224.7 m²

A: 32.61 m2

balcony

6.96 m2

DRAWING TITLE:

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

PROJECT:

50 Acton Mews E8 4EA

DRAWING NO.:

2004-91-102

DRAWN: GZ

First Floor Plan 0

1m

2m

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4m

SCALE:

CLIENT: REV:

STATUS:

CHECKED: AC

DATE:

6.39 m2

crawford partnership Architecture

Interior Design

Development

A3 @ 1: 100 A1 @ 1: 50

ADRIAN SEAL RETIREMENT BENEFITS SCHEME

PLANNING APRIL 2005

17 Redston Road, London, N8 7HL Tel: 020 8348 7109 · Fax: 020 8341 6809 info@crawfordpartnership.co.uk www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk Company number 3499361

5m

SITE BOUNDARY

Other property Other property

SITE BOUNDARY balcony 2.52 m2

LIFT

bedroom 1 A: 12.07 m2

LIFT

bedroom 2 A: 11.32 m2

living / dining

staircase all floors

A: 26.22 m2

+13.500

en-suite

staircase all floors

bathroom

A: 2.25 m2

A: 3.70 m2

store

+13.500

A: 1.28 m2

circulation space A: 5.12 m2

circulation space

bathroom

A: 7.77 m2

A: 4.47 m2

toilet

store

A: 1.75 m2

A: 1.05 m2

circulation space

bathroom

A: 6.52 m2

A: 3.79 m2

living / dining

bathroom A: 3.79 m2

A: 7.04 m2

store

A: 20.94 m2

2B/4P

Gross internal area: 67 m²

TYPE D

2B/3P

Gross internal area: 67 m²

TYPE E

1B/2P

Gross internal area: 45 m²

TYPE F

1B/2P

Gross internal area: 45 m²

REV: D

bedroom

bedroom 2

A: 11.78 m2

A: 10.36 m2

living / dining A: 20.02 m2

bedroom A: 12.08 m2

4.11m2

TYPE C

Gross internal area of floor: 245.46 m²

A: 0.94 m2

balcony

store

A: 2.09 m2

circulation space

balcony 2.92 m2

Fifth Floor Plan

bedroom 1 A: 13.14 m2

living / dining A: 25.63 m2

REV: D balcony

REV: C

REV: C REV: B REV: A DRAWING TITLE:

FIFTH FLOOR PLAN

PROJECT:

50 Acton Mews E8 4EA

DRAWING NO.:

2004-91-106

SCALE:

CLIENT:

REV: B REV: A

DRAWN: GZ

STATUS:

PLANNING

CHECKED: AC

DATE:

APRIL 2005

crawford partnership Architecture

Interior Design

Development

A3 @ 1: 100 A1 @ 1: 50

ADRIAN SEAL RETIREMENT BENEFITS SCHEME

REV:

6.39 m2

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17 Redston Road, London, N8 7HL Tel: 020 8348 7109 · Fax: 020 8341 6809 info@crawfordpartnership.co.uk www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk Company number 3499361


05 Church

Street

2007

Enfield, London Status | Completed Value | ÂŁ2 Million This scheme as designed takes account of the varying context of the streetscape in Church Street and its mix of residential, and other community uses. It is composed of 20 two bedroom flats set in landscaped grounds, along with associated external hard standing area situated along an existing culverted area and providing car parking for 20 vehicles, along with cycle and refuse storage. The attainment of good sustainable design in terms of the buildings and the setting for the development was paramount in developing the layout proposals. The scheme has been designed to provide flexible, compact 2 bedroom starter flats that maximise use of internal space, and incorporating modern interior designed spaces for residents to enjoy. The completed project won an Enfield Conservation Award. 13


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06 Streatham

Road

2008

Lambeth, London Status | Planning Approved Value | £7.2 Million The proposal included demolishing the existing buildings on the site and the construction of 18 new homes in a mix of ‘affordable’ rent and for sale, aimed at keyworkers, such as the nearby May Day hospital. With sizes ranging from 1 and 2 bed flats to family 3 and 4 bed houses. The new homes are accommodated within two separate buildings separated by landscaped gardens. The main building situated fronting onto Streatham High Road is four storeys in height. A separate building which runs along the rear of the site accommodates a terrace of seven town houses.

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Front Elevation Studies


Birds Eye View 16


Proposed Street View

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Front Block Front Elevation

Rear Block Front Elevation

Front Block Rear Elevation

Rear Block Rear Elevation


Front Facade Evolution Drawings

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metal grey

Stanstead

Road

5

aluminium frame sliding doors in gun metal grey

6

solar shading

7

balconies in gun metal grey

5

2009

Lewisham, London

5

4

Status | Completed

4

3

3

Value | £1.8 Million Crawford Partnership was appointed for the design and construction of a residential development on a site that was formerly a petrol filling station. Completed in 2009 the building comprises of 14 one and two bed flats with underground car park. The main façade materials are cedar boards and white render with galvanised steel balconies.

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balcony

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flat 14

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flat 7

flat 12 type e 70.5 sqm

void

flat 13 type e 70.5 sqm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 225 mm

flat 11

flat roof 3% fall void

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 225 mm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 225 mm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 225 mm

flat 11 type f 80.1 sqm

F

void

F void

flat 13

flat 7 type b 67.5 sqm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 225 mm

flat 3 type d 70.5 sqm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 230 mm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 225 mm

flat 2 type d 70.5 sqm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 225 mm

flat 5 type a 65.3 sqm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 230 mm

14 R. @ 193 mm 13 T. @ 230 mm

flat 6

void

void

F

F

balcony

64.96 m2

flat roof terrace

flat 6 type c 65.1 sqm

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flat 5

1

off white render

2

hard wood cladding

3

balustrade in gun metal grey with hard wood hand rail

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Ground Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

crawford partnership Architecture

Interior Design

Development

17 Redston Road, London, N8 7HL Tel: 020 8348 7109 · Fax: 020 8341 6809 info@crawfordpartnership.co.uk www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk Company number 3499361

PROJECT:

224 - 228 STANSTEAD RD, LONDON, SE 23

DRAWING NO.:

2005/114: 012

DRAWN: KS

REV:

B

CHECKED: AC

CLIENT: STATUS:

SCALE:

A3 @ 1: 100 A1 @ 1: 50

FIRST GROSVENOR PROPERTIES PLANNING MARCH 2005

DATE:

REV:

A

Bulk and Massing, Balconies reduced in Size

REV:

B

removed Balconies at rear Elevation from Flat 3 and 13

REV:

C

REV:

D

Second Floor Plan

NOTES:

Do not scale of this drawing. Report all errors and discrepanies promptly to architects All structural information to be taken from engineers drawings

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THIRD FLOOR PLAN

crawford partnership Architecture

Interior Design

Development

17 Redston Road, London, N8 7HL Tel: 020 8348 7109 · Fax: 020 8341 6809 info@crawfordpartnership.co.uk www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk Company number 3499361

PROJECT:

224 - 228 STANSTEAD RD, LONDON, SE 23

DRAWING NO.: DRAWN: KS

2005/114: 014

REV:

A

CHECKED: AC

A3 @ 1: 100 A1 @ 1: 50

SCALE:

FIRST GROSVENOR PROPERTIES

CLIENT: STATUS:

PLANNING MARCH 2005

DATE:

aluminium frame windows in gun metal grey

REV:

A

REV:

B

REV:

C

REV:

D

Bulk and Massing, Balconies reduced in Size

NOTES:

Do not scale of this drawing. Report all errors and discrepanies promptly to architects All structural information to be taken from engineers drawings

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aluminium frame sliding doors in gun metal grey

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solar shading

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balconies in gun metal grey

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Rear Elevation

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External Detail

Street View Render

Street View 22


08 Lee High

Road

2009

Ground Floor Plan

Lewisham, London Status | Completed Value | £3.5 Million On the site of a former petrol station, the new building was developed as a mix of affordable rented accommodation and private for sale shared ownership apartments with underground car parking. Working closely with the planning department we were able to achieve a new contemporary styled building on this prominent site. The building facade rises to 3 storeys with a setback 4th storey along Lee High Road. At the rear, glazed lift towers define and articulate the elements of the façade facing onto a communal garden area designed by award winning garden designer, Paul Cooper. A palette of materials including white render, cedar cladding, and galvanised steel balconies all define the strong character of the new building.

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Physical Model


Entrance View

Side Elevation

External Entrance View

Front Elevation

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09 Pilgrim’s

Lane

2010

1

Brick Wall

2

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3

Steel Beam

Red line indicative of

Red line indicative of boundary

Street View Render boundary

DASHED LINE SHOWING HEIGHT OF PREVIOUS DESIGN

Camden, London 12,220

no. 43

Status | In Planning

+11600

Value | £1.5 Million

2 +8550

11,573

On a residential street set in a conservation area in the heart of Hampstead Village, planning consent was sought for a new apartment building comprising 6 flats to replace a dilapidated 1960’s block of flats. The contemporary design incorporates large floor to ceiling windows and facing brick taking advantage of the tree lined streets and views across the Heath.

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3

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REVISIONS: REV G: 16.10.07 AMENDMENTS: - DESIGN OF THE FRONT ELEVATION AMENDED: - PART OF THE TOP FLOOR (FRONT)

Front Elevation

-3000


Street View Render 26


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10 Arcola

Street

2012

Hackney, London Status | In Planning Value | £6 Million The design for this new build mixed residential and commercial scheme, replaces a former concrete precast 1950’s government office building with 37 apartments in a mix of affordable and private for sale. Our client wanted to redevelop the site to provide a new high specification, low energy building that would meet the local demand for good quality commercial space and affordable residential units. The blue black brick façade is contrasted with coloured glass balconies and facing panels.

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29 Street Junction View Render


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East Elevation 

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D1/B1 CYCLE STORAGE 16m2 18 CYCLE SPACES

STORAGE

SUBSTATION

unit 1, 72m2 2 bed, 4 person

parapet height +18200mm

RESIDENTIAL CYCLE STORAGE 33m2 40 CYCLE SPACES

5th floor FFL +15350mm

4th floor FFL +12500mm

 3rd floor FFL +9650mm

2nd floor FFL +6800mm

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Proposed south Elevation (to Gateway Mews)

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STATUS:

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SCALE:

PROJECT:

DRAWING TITLE:

DRAWING NO.:

Feb, 2012

Planning

AC

AP

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proposed elevation south

2012-279-02-202

D1/B1 181m2

REV:

D1/B1 217m2

SERVICE RISER

CORE TWO

potential subdivision

1a Muswell Hill, London, N10 3TH Tel: 020 8444 2070 · Fax: 020 8444 1180 www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk

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South Elevation

SOUTH ELEVATION

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Light well

reception / concierge

1st floor FFL +3950mm

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Proposed ground floor Plan 1a Muswell Hill, London, N10 3TH Tel: 020 8444 2070 — Fax: 020 8444 1180 www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk

Physical Model

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Ground Floor Plan

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11 Lima

Lofts

2013

Lima, Peru Status | Competition Entry Value | ÂŁ4 Million This thirty apartment tower was designed for Lima, Peru as part of a competition entry. Crawford Partnership Architects developed a series of studies in order to create a functional and well-designed residential block. The building was designed to maximize the outdoor views and to bring natural light into the flats by the use of floor to ceiling glazing. Each apartment also benefits from private green space with a balcony or terrace and a shared communal garden space on the ground floor. A 12.5m long swimming pool is located on the roof terrace as added amenity.

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Street View Render


Lima Lofts Proposed Plans

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Lima Lofts Perspective Drawings


Elevation Sketch Study

Elevation Sketch Study

Front and Rear Elevations

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12 Longcroft

Green External View Render

2013

Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire Status | Planning Approved Value | ÂŁ2.9 Million The scheme comprises of three individual blocks of flats ranging in height from four storeys on the north of the site, stepping down across the site to two storeys at the south. The individual blocks are arranged linearly along a railway embankment to allow as much sunlight into the flats as possible whilst avoiding any overlooking of nearby residential properties. The proposals comprise of twelve two bedroom flats and four single bedroom flats. The design concept explores modular offsite prefabrication, renewable energy installations, and the use of sustainable materials as part of the overall construction methodology.

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13 Priory Park

Mansions

2016

Street View Render

Brent, London Status | In Planning Value | £7 Million

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An existing 1970’s hostel for the homeless is brought into the 21st Century with these proposals to redevelop the original building, which had fallen into disrepair and was inefficient in space and energy use. The clients wanted to create a new contemporary designed, sustainable, hostel which would utilise offsite modular construction techniques and renewable energy systems as part of the design. The design also needed to incorporate new flats as part of the overall scheme. The massing of the new building is configured with a series of ‘Jenga’ like projecting balconies that provide some private amenity space to occupants. Two of the blocks provide accommodation for 66 hostel rooms, and the other two blocks in the new development provide 24 flats in a mix comprising of 4 three bedroom duplexes, 10 two bedroom flats, and 10 one bedroom flats. The proposed design seeks to provide an elegant, modern, and high quality architectural landmark for the area.

Ground Floor Plan


Street View Render 38


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Seven Sisters

Road

2013

Hackney, London Status | Completed Value | £8 Million A new hostel for the homeless replaces the earlier hostel originally opened in the 1980’s and which was inefficient in space and energy usage. The new modern brick faced building incorporates 145 self-contained rooms, each with independent kitchen and en-suite bathroom facilities. The development extends Crawford Partnership’s exploration of this type of living environment, providing high standards of accommodation and amenity space for occupants who have often been living rough on the street.

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Ground Floor Plan


Street View As built 40


41 Street View Render


Front Elevation

42 Internal Views


15 Etherley

Road

Ground Floor Plan

2015

Haringey, London Status | In Planning Value | ÂŁ2.1 Million An end of terrace corner site provides the concept for this development of 8 starter homes, each with well-proportioned rooms for a mix of, single person occupants, couples and families. The design also incorporates sustainable construction and energy efficient materials and technology to maximise its green credentials, keeping future running costs for the occupants of the dwellings to a minimum. All flats are provided with access to at least one area of outdoor space either as part of a private basement garden, a private balcony, or a communal roof terrace. The design of the new building also seeks to strengthen the urban grain with the provision of a new contemporary building to add interest in the street scene at this intersection.

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First Floor Plan


Birds Eye View 44


Side Elevation

Night View Render

White Rendered Model 45

Night View Render


Top View Render

Birds Eye View

External Perspective Render 46


16 Arbutus

Street

2016

Hackney, London Status | In Planning Value | £4 Million As part of our continuing exploration of economic construction in the provision of residential design, this project was developed as a response to the current housing crisis that has affected many cities across the world. This is an issue across the UK, but especially in London. The concept develops the idea of combining offsite pre-fabricated micro flat homes with Co-Work space that facilitates a ‘one stop shop’ Live and Work environment at affordable cost. The project was shortlisted as a finalist in the 2016 World Architecture News Urban Design Awards under category ‘future residential projects’.

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Street View Perspective Drawing


Assembly Axonometric Drawing

Typical Residential Plans

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17 Dudden Hill

Lane

2017

Brent, London Status | In Planning Value | ÂŁ2.5 Million The proposal provides 8 new homes in a mix of 1,2 and 3 bedroom dwellings on an unused brownfield site located In North London. The scheme design includes a new apartment block fronting the main road, and a pair of mews houses in a quiet rear mews area, combining modern contemporary design with high quality materials, the dwellings aim to provide a high quality living environment at affordable cost. The design seeks to strengthen the existing urban grain with the provision of a new building that sensitively blends contemporary detailing and materials that reflect the context of its immediate neighbours.

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Street View Render 50


Ground Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

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Side Elevation 52


18 Tottenham

Lane

2017

Haringey, London Status | Planning Approved Value | ÂŁ6 Million Located on a busy high street frontage in North London, the design proposes a new four-storey mixed-use scheme, comprising of retail and residential use. The proposals will retain an existing Kwik Fit garage and will also provide a new retail unit on the high street frontage reinforcing the shopping parade at street level. With twenty-six flats above, this building aims to stitch together gaps within the existing urban grain and provide new apartments in a central location.

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External Street Render 54


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Ground Floor Plan


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Front Elevation detail

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Key 1

1. Roof Plant & PV Panels behind Parapet 2. Overhanging Roof Profile 3. Metal Clad Set-back Third Floor 4. Horizontal Stone Capping 5. Brick Pier 6. Recessed Brick Face 7. Perforated Brick Parapet 8. Fretted Brickwork 9. Protruding Winter Garden 10. Metal Frames & Windows 11. Perforated Metal Railings 12. Signage Board with Capping Above 13. Concrete Colonnade 14. Shopfront Clerestory & Windows

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Front Elevation


Long Section

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London

Road

Part M4.2 requirements

Part M4.2 requirements

88.332 m2

13.189 m2

8.383 m2 Part M4.2 requirements

Clear Landing space 1500mm x 1500mm

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T190PD

Part M4.2 requirements

Stannad Lift Maxilift 2.0 6 person lift 2S 800 doors

5.213 m2

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Part M4.2 requirements

14.987 m2

5.213 m2

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12.493 m2

16 x 0.200 = 3.000

33.400 m2

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Clear Landing space 1500mm x 1500mm

14.811 m2

99.157 m2

110.440 m2

Part M4.2 requirements Part M4.2 requirements

15.313 m2

13.904 m2

5.213 m2

65.702 m2

Part M4.2 requirements

11.288 m2

Part M4.2 requirements

12.450 m2 Part M4.2 requirements

10.028 m2

11.576 m2 Part M4.2 requirements

10.078 m2

10.078 m2 9.234 m2

Ground Floor Plan GSPublisherEngine 0.9.100.100

Status | In Planning Value | ÂŁ7 Million Side Elevation

Side Elevation

Part M4.2 requirements

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98.988 m2

16 x 0.200 = 3.000

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T190PD

Stannad Lift Maxilift 2.0 8 person lift 2S 800 doors

12.341 m2

Enfield, London

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9.041 m2

11.482 m2

2017

The proposal aims to provide new dwellings on a former petrol station. The design explores the suitability of the change of use and development of the site to provide new residential accommodation on underutilised land. The massing of the proposals reflects the massing within the immediate context of the site and its surroundings. This exploration has resulted in a proposal that provides 45 flats in a mix of 3 bedroom flats, 2 bedroom flats, and 1 bedroom flats. All dwellings will provide a modern, high quality living environment. All dwellings are provided with private outdoor space, either as part of a communal garden, a roof terrace, or a balcony.

1:20 Slope From Highway

1:10 Transitional Slope

11.619 m2

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Sloped access to Basement Carpark

1:7 Slope


External Street Render 60


Street 61 View Render


Ground Floor Plan

Birds Eye View

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

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20 Muswell Hill

Broadway

Birds Eye View

2017

Haringey, London Status | In Planning Value | ÂŁ2 Million

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This development is located on Muswell Hill Broadway, Muswell Hill and lies within a Conservation Area. This proposal will reconfigure existing redundant upper floor commercial space to create 9 new flats comprising of 3 bedroom flats within the existing front building facing the high street, and with 3 bedroom new build flats located on the rear block flat roof. As part of the proposals, the main high street facade will be sympathetically modernised providing a new high quality design that will contribute to the enhancement of the Muswell Hill streetscape. At the rear, the new flats are designed utilising modular offsite construction to minimise construction logistics by craning factory made shells directly onto the flat roof space. We hope to use this model to explore further opportunities to develop similar residential accommodation on the many existing similar flat roofs in London, where a positive environmental and aesthetic impact can benefit run down roof spaces.

Street View Render


Street View Render 64


65 Birds Eye View


73 m2 80 m2

73.4 m2

75.2 m2

73.4 m2

Second Floor Plan

Rear Development View

Third Floor Plan

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Afterword

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Look out for the follow up edition to this book, ‘Crawford Partnership Housing Projects’, coming in 2018.


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Profile for Alan Crawford

Crawford Partnership Large Residential Projects  

A selection of larger residential and mixed use projects in Greater London that have been completed by Crawford Partnership Architects

Crawford Partnership Large Residential Projects  

A selection of larger residential and mixed use projects in Greater London that have been completed by Crawford Partnership Architects

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