Print Works House | HUT Architecture

Print Works House is a newly refurbished building situated on the highly sought Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia in London. Arranged over four floors above a basement, the existing building is a late 19th/early 20th Century structure. Including three residential units and a boutique Pilates Studio on the ground and basement levels, the building certainly posed an interesting brief to architects, HUT Architecture

HUT Architecture sensitive approach to the structure resulted in a beautifully refurbished building that works effortlessly with today’s current housing demands and ways of living. Working to keep the property’s historical 19th century architecture and for the new interventions to fit seamlessly alongside, HUT extended the property to the rear to align with the existing closet wing of the neighbouring building, while elsewhere existing elements were upgraded and energy measures enhanced to more efficient measures.

The maximisation of space was also key to the design, allowing for the hub of the building to promote a sense of accessibility and a contemporary aesthetic. We particularly like the newly designed roof terrace that brings an outside element to the building, and allows for an incredible view of the city to be embraced.

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Architects: HUT Architecture

Photography by Emanuelis Stasaitis


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