The latest edition of our Dezeen Debate newsletter features a row of townhouses by The DHaus Company featuring brick-clad arches. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now.
Architecture studio The DHaus Company has finished a row of brick-clad townhouses within the Dartmouth Park Conservation Area in north London called The Arches.
The homes, which replace a derelict petrol station, are named after the arches that form the facade of each house.
Most commenters adored the project. One loved “the colonnade-like feel”, while another labelled it “breathtaking and inspiring”. Yet another said that while the home was “robust and luxurious” they questioned “the scale decision”.
Other stories in this week’s newsletter that fired up the comments section include a modular cabin in the Netherlands by Caspar Schols and an opinion piece by Aaron Betsky questioning the decision to award David Chipperfield this year’s Pritzker Architecture Prize. We also looked at the Tamedia Office Building by Shigeru Ban as part of our Timber Revolution series.
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