Hillgate Street Residence, London | Seth Stein Architects

Seth Stein Architects designed a new build house behind a conventional period fa├žade in London's Notting Hill.


Discreet from the outside, the building has a plan that extends 26m in depth with a narrow layout arranged around an internal courtyard and terraces. The interior is contemporary, approached with simplicity and filled with daylight through large glazed walls that face several terraces. A characteristic gold leaf-covered corridor wall further distributes light.

The house keeps a low energy footprint, thanks to an array of green building strategies, incorporating solar heating, photovoltaics, passive air distribution, ground-source heat pump and rainwater harvesting.

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Description from Seth Stein Architects:

A new build house in Notting Hill. Behind a conventional terraced street elevation the plan extends 26m in depth with accommodation arranged around an internal courtyard and terraces. The house utilizes solar heating, photovoltaics and rainwater harvesting in order to achieve the equivalent of Level 3 in the Energy and CO2 emissions category of the Code for Sustainable Homes.
Enclosed area 375m2.
















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