Gallery: Whatcotts Yard ‘In-between’ terrace houses


Raw and exposed with a distinct rural Romanticism, UllmayerSylvester Architects’ updated version of the terrace house, called the Whatcotts Yard or ‘In-between‘ project, is best known as an independent award-winning collaboration with Annalie Riches and Barti Garibaldo. The project, located in Whatcotts Yard, Stoke Newington won several awards  in 2004 for its unique and direct approach to building sustainable homes. Since then, Silvia Ullmayer and Allan Sylvester opened their practice and have since gone on to work on innovative projects such as The New Summerhouse and Minihome Nursery, both in Hackney, London.

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  1. niels September 21, 2008 at 2:52 pm

    The first project I’ve seen where the tendency of inhabitants to hang curtains isn’t neglected ( modernism and rockstar architects) . It’s excepted as a part of living and it looks very beautiful. Basic form that leads to incredible space, impressive.

  2. daiku September 19, 2008 at 2:12 pm

    very simple and veryvery beautiful

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