MJP’s Templewood Avenue Hampstead added to Architects’ Journal Buildings Library

MJP’s private house at Templewood Avenue Hampstead has just been added to the Architects’ Journal Buildings Library – the digital database that showcases exemplar architectural projects. AJBL is a charged for service but comes free as part of a subscription to the Architects’ Journal.

Completed in 1999 the house at Templewood Avenue Hampstead is situated in a conservation area of large red-brick neo-Georgian/Queen Ann style houses; MJP’s design responds to the innovative architectural tradition of this area of Frognal, while respecting the quality and amenity of its immediate surroundings. Beneath a floating green roof, the building is a series of planted terraces captured between pairs of masonry walls and accented with timber and glass elements.

 Templewood Avenue Hampstead on AJBL
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