Abstract Architecture

Our Featured Projects.

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Oculus Pavilion

The Oculus Pavilion was funded by the Quintin Hogg Trust and designed and built by third year Architecture students from the University of Westminster. The project was initiated and lead by Maria Kramer, director of Room 102 ltd and main tutor of the students and it was part of the London Festival of Architecture.

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Two Storey Rear Extension

This rear extension in Tufnell Park compromises two bedrooms on the lower ground floor and a kitchen extension with a glazed eating area on the upper ground floor. 

Slim Gym

The new 15m long swimming pool, situated in Highgate, North London, is enclosed via a glass envelope with automatic sliding doors opening towards the garden on the side and rear.

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Opening up the sky

Generous glass panes with glass beam provide maximum transparency for this new rear extension and house redevelopment. The living space is connected seamlessly with the patio via folding sliding doors, creating a smooth transition between the inside and outside.  living spaces.  

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Inside Out

For this rear extension in Kentish Town, we reorganised the entire ground floor by introducing a single-storey rear and side extension with a new living room, bathroom and kitchen and patio. Generous folding sliding doors along the entire rear and the excavation of a spacious level patio provide a smooth transition between the inside and outside. The glass roof brings ample light into the living area. A skylight and a window in the bathroom generate a bright and welcoming spatial experience.

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