Dogtooth Brickwork Makes a Narrow London Terrace House Stand Out While Blending In

Dogtooth Brickwork Makes a Narrow London Terrace House Stand Out While Blending In

By Iain Aitch
Architect Giles Bruce’s residence takes its name from the jagged pattern of bricks that covers most of its park-facing side.

Architect Giles Bruce’s south London house, built in 2019, sits at the end of a Victorian terrace that was partially destroyed during World War II. A pocket park now occupies the spot where the bombs fell, with Giles’s home filling the gap between the last house standing and the urban greenery.

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