In Collaboration with innovative developers Cube Haus, we are trying to make architect designed homes more accessible by designing modular prototype homes for awkward urban sites.

In 2017 we were approached along side three prominent London practices (Adjaye Associates, Skene Catling de la Peña and Faye Toogood Architects) by innovative developers Cube Haus to come up with a design for a prototype house that could be flexibly applied to various typical sites found across our city London.

Cube Haus is a pioneering approach to UK property development with a central focus on the accessibility of architect designed homes to the current housing market. ‘Modular homes at reasonable prices’


In partnership with sister company Land Converter, the increased potential of difficult urban sites are being unlocked through the value of good design. The unique prototypes being developed require flexibility to suit the many previously unwanted sites that are so often neglected by mass developers. Gardens, garages, terrace infill, roof spaces and many open sites with fixed constraints. We created concept designs for both single and two storey dwellings. Each scheme nestles around a courtyard or ‘void’ providing homeowners with practical layouts and intimate amenity space. Each design seeks to minimise overlooking whilst carefully sharing natural light and ventilation, adapting to the imposed pressures of individual sites. Gains in construction efficiency through a pattern book of standardised details are allowing customisation of both material and form, suiting the requirements of homeowner and planning authority.


Void House is our response to the brief, describing both the nature of locations, and the fashion in which a courtyard/void forms the DNA of the house. In addition, Turner Works range of flat pack furniture looks to maximise usable space within the property by utilising voids and open faces. Void House aims to provide space to facilitate everyday life.

Cube Haus

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