2018, London.

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Homely is a non-profit developer enterprise aimed at promoting ownership for young families in London. Its method is to build adaptable units on council-owned land. The unit design is centred around a desire for adaptability, allowing inhabitants to take ownership of their space: the loft, the subconscious of the house where memories are stored and identity is retained; the stairs, which divide functions in the house and act as an incidental space for the occupants; the front garden, a mediation space between public and private; and the bay window, a space for overlooking and keeping watch on the public space. These elements can be seen throughout the drawings, incorporating these accepted British icons in the modern high-rise.

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