29 High Street
Architecture, Architectural Visualisation, Sustainability,
This development at High St. Chesterton, Cambridge, consists of five wonderfully designed 3&4 bedroom homes. The rear 3 dwellings feature striking contemporary dormer and oriel bay windows that help create an engaging form that connects residents with their beautifully landscaped communal gardens.
A playful use of materiality, including zinc roofing, charred timber cladding, and green glazed brick radiate quality and style whilst the buff brick and plain tile roofing of the street fronting dwellings evoke a tactile sensibility to the site’s architectural context.
Each of the homes benefit from latest environmental features that includes air source heat pumps, smart heating, and dedicated EV chargers.