Latitude House, Camden Residential Building, North London Housing, Architect
Latitude House, Camden
Gloucester Place Residential Building, London – design by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
17 Sep 2011
Latitude House Camden
Gloucester Place, west Camden, north London
Design: ALLFORD HALL MONAGHAN MORRIS – AHMM
Address: Oval Road, London NW1 7EU
Photographs © Adrian Welch, taken on 17 Sep 2011
Latitude House in Camden
Latitude House is a luxury apartment building located in a prominent triangular site at Camden Town’s Northern Gateway. A four storey high block with two apartments on each floor has an attached three storey block with one flat on each floor.
Photographs © Tim Soar
The buildings street elevation is a careful, apparently random, arrangement of full height panels of glass and limestone which actually reflect the internal layouts behind.
Latitude House – Building Information
Location: Gloucester Place, Camden, London NW1
Completed: Nov 2005
Design: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Camden Design Awards 2008
The Natural Stone Award – Higly Commended 2006
National Homebuilder Design Awards – Higly Commended 2006
Latitude House London images / information from Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Architects
Elegant, secluded Primrose Hill, with its spectacular views of parkland and panorama of London, has long been an exclusive residential area.
This porperty in NW1 continues in that tradition, and brings a new refinement to Primrose Hill living. Behind its facade of limestone and floor to ceiling windows, a contemporary twist on the classical architecture of the Primrose Hill conservation area, are 12 premium apartments designed with the clean lines of the best in modern design.
With a balcony or a garden, each one offers generous space, urban luxury and smart home technology in a generous light flooded interior, finished with the finest natural materials. Primrose Hill is a special part of London.
Location:Gloucester Crescent, Camden, London NW1