Rowley Way

About a year and a half ago I viewed a 1 bed flat in RowleyWay in South Hampstead, the celebrated brutalist take on the terraced house typology designed by council architect Neave Brown in 1968, completed in 1978. The flat was a complete tip but with an exceptionally attractive price tag of £175,000. Now the … Continue reading

Setting Up Shop – potential in Bethnal Green

Found this spot on friday, it really hits the mark for what i’m seeking as it is located peripheral to my ideal living area in Shoreditch, has massive development potential, is situated on it’s own site in a strong urban area with quality local built environment, is freehold, and is walking distance to the tube … Continue reading

Setting Up Shop – In The Paper

Saw this in the paper last week – had to laugh! It reminds me of my last post… Astronomically overpirced… Still, this might indicate a potential re-sale market if I do manage to find a project of my own. K.

Setting Up Shop – Another Prospect

Found this the other day on findaproperty.com; Its a little garage in Angel, located in a gated courtyard just a short walk from Angel tube station. It’s an interesting little site but I’m not sure if the enitre thing is for sale or just the centre garage. Obviously I’d only be interested if it was … Continue reading

Setting Up Shop – Searching for a bargain project in London

Almost since I began studying Architecture back in 2005 I’ve always habitually scanned property websites. I’ve been looking for a project that was both affordable and that held enough potential for me to buy, so that I could develop and realise my own design. I used to focus on the Irish sites, but now that … Continue reading