The National Institute for Medical Research occupied the site in Barnet, London, since the nineteen-thirties. The site was purchased and had planning permission granted for a redevelopment that provides 460 new homes by the developer. The consented scheme included a row of 12 detached houses, consisting of a mix of four and five bedroom units. The design of these units was rejected by the developer. I was appointed to redesign the dwellings to a client approved brief and undertake the project through concept and design development stages.
This project was completed whilst working at RMA Architects.