This evening event at Hidden House, by Hogarth Architects was an insight into living in the house that was part of the Grand Designs series.
Architect/owners Claire Farrow and Ian Hogarth hosted this evening event at their new build 250 sqm family home located on a restricted site at the end of an existing mews in Kensington.
In order to meet constraints placed on the house by the increase in land height, the building’s roofline follows the existing pattern of stepped up rooflines along the Mews. The house, on four levels with a large basement living space is wrapped around a courtyard with a fishpond and waterfall and includes a wellness suite, dance floor and movie room with many contemporary technologies and features. Hidden House achieved Code for Sustainable Homes Code Level 5, making it a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ home.
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Introducation at the start of each tour was by Victoria Thornton, Founding Director of the Open House event and Open-City.
With complimentary prosecco
Limited places, Cost £35.50
Each tour duration 1 hour.
39 Russell Garden Mews
London W14 8EU
(Detailed travel info provided on booking)
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