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Holland Park Villas
This luxury residential block, in one of London's most exclusive residential districts, was commissioned by Grosvenor and Native Land.  The design has ensured that it benefits from views over private, south-facing landscaped gardens, with good orientation and natural daylighting.  This BREEAM 'Excellent' scheme is inherently flexible in terms of phasing, unit size, numbers and mix.  When complete, the quality of design and materials will ensure a landmark development in this outstanding location.  A key aim of the design was to create a building which combined an appropriate dregree of architectural modernity with the sense of calm gravitas associated with large apartment buildings from earlier periods.
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  • Sector

    Landscape + Public Realm, Residential

  • Location

    London, UK

  • Description


  • Client

    Grosvenor Estates / Native Land

  • Size

    15,760 sqm

  • Cost


  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Architect
    DP9, Planning Consultant
    Tavernor Consultancy, Townscape
    Gordon Ingram Associates, Rights of Light
    Paul Nulty Lighting
    Clewlow Consulting, Transport Engineer
    Arcadia, Cost Consultant
    Hoare Lea, Services and Sustainability
    Gillespies LLP, Landscape Architect
    Watermans, Structural Engineer

  • Status

    2009 Onwards

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